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Ortopedia felina

Le patologie ortopediche associate a un alterato sviluppo dell'anca

La displasia dell’anca felina, lo slittamento dell’epifisi capitale del femore e l’osteopatia metafisaria del collo femorale sono patologie ortopediche del gatto legate a un alterato sviluppo dell’anca. Conoscere al meglio queste lesioni, individuarle e trattarle precocemente consente di rallentare l’evoluzione del processo osteoartritico secondario e garantire una migliore qualità di vita al paziente felino.

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