Spontaneous bilateral capital physeal fractures in a cat
Separation of the femoral capital epiphysis in most species is the result of a traumatic injury. There is an increased reported incidence of capital femoral physeal fractures in cats unassociated with trauma. This report describes a case of spontaneous bilateral femoral capital physeal fractures in a cat. A discussion of treatment options and current thoughts on the disease etiology are reviewed.
Senior seminar paperSeminar SF610.1 2005 C39
Cats -- Fractures -- Case studies; Cats -- Surgery -- Case studies