Small Animal Orthopaedics Q&A 12

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An eight-year-old, female Brittany Spaniel was evaluated because of swelling and lameness in all four limbs. The distal limb swelling was warm, firm and painful on deep palpation. All four limbs were equally affected. A lateral view radiograph of the dog’s right antebrachium is shown. The left radius and ulna and both tibias had similar abnormalities.

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