Assessment of GFR is therefore pivotal for evaluating severity and progression of renal diseases, especially chronic kidney diseases CKD.
Several studies evaluating MIPO in dogs have been published in the recent years. However, there are few clinical reports of MIPO in cats and no description of the surgical approaches.
The purpose of our study was to describe the safe corridors for plate and screw insertion in cats using MIPO technique, with attention to the anatomical differences between cats and dogs. Materials and methods Forty-four limbs of cadaveric cats were used in this study. The surgical approaches for humerus, radius-ulna, femur and tibia were developed after reviewing the described techniques and surgical approaches for MIPO in dogs, while considering any relevant anatomical difference between dogs and cats.
Following MIPO approaches the limbs were anatomically dissected and the relationship between proximal and distal positions of the plate and neurovascular structures was noted.
Results The surgical approaches developed for humerus and radius-ulna differed from what previously reported, because relevant anatomical differences were found between dogs and cats.
Anatomical landmarks for safe plate application were described for all long bones in cats. No damage to vital structures following plate insertion was detected in the dissection. In this cadaveric study, we evaluated the safety of the surgical approaches for MIPO in cats.
By respecting the anatomical landmarks described in this report, damage to the neurovascular structures can be avoided performing MIPO technique in cats.percent the bone diameter, which in cats is usually between and 3/32 inch.
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The purpose of our study was to describe the safe corridors for plate and screw insertion in cats using MIPO technique, with attention to the anatomical differences between cats and dogs.
Materials and methods Forty-four limbs of cadaveric cats were used in this study.