By Ann L. Johnson DVM MS, Dianne Dunning DVM MS
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Keep the margins of the cut wide enough to accommodate the width of the patella. Remove the wedge and deepen the recession in the trochlea by removing additional bone from either side of the trochlear ridge with a ﬁle or an additional osteotomy, sliced parallel to the original cut. Resect the basilar surface of the osteochondral wedge with rongeurs to allow the cartilage to seat deeply into the new femoral groove patella (Plate 19B2). Additional trochlear depth can be achieved by rotating the wedge 180 degrees.
When implanting toggle pins, passage of suture back through one arm of the toggle pin in the 3-o’clock and 9-o’clock positions prevents rotation and eliminates uncertainty with regard to ﬁnal orientation after insertion. • SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR JOINT DISEASES POSTOPERATIVE EVALUATION The joint should be radiographed to assess implant positioning and joint congruency. Joint stability and range of motion should be evaluated at 2 to 3 days to assess continued need for assisted weight bearing. POSTOPERATIVE CARE A belly band sling should be used outside for the ﬁrst 2 to 3 days to prevent uncontrolled use of the limb.
Long Island City, New York. Lateral Arthrotomy and Medial Desmotomy: Incise the skin and subcutaneous tissue in a curvilinear fashion on the craniolateral aspect of the stifle (Plate 19A). The middle third of the incision should center on the patellar tendon. Reflect the skin and subcutaneous tissue laterally with blunt dissection. Return the patella to its normal orientation within the trochlear groove, and incise the lateral retinaculum and joint capsule from the cupola to the tibial plateau to release the patella and expose the joint.
Atlas of orthopedic surgical procedures of the dog and cat by Ann L. Johnson DVM MS, Dianne Dunning DVM MS