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MINIMAL INVASIVE SURGICAL APPROACH ON THE FEMUR IN DOGS – DESCRIPTIV CADAVERC STUDY

Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 19 ISSUE 4
Written by Adelina PROTEASA, Roxana DASCALU, Larisa SCHUSZLER, Aurel SALA, Cornel IGNA

Anykind of surgical procedure should not add unnecessary lesions to the traumatized area which has already suffered. If ORIF procedures are based on the principle that although a longer incision and an adequate range exposure is less traumatic than low exposure, because in the latter case, the surgeon tends to exert excessive pressure to withdraw muscles traumatizing direct muscle fibers and vascular-nervous. Basically, MIPO is the conservative version of all aspects of the ORIF technique. Thus, we aimed at presenting a path of plate insertion through minimally invasive technique for the femur. Taking into account all marked references and after a thourough understanding of the regional anatomy, the mininally invazive approach on femur is, from our perspective, an easy and reliable acces to the femur.

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