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Publications

As Recognised Specialists we undertake clincal studies and have published on a range of veterinary orthopaedic topics. 

 

Selected Recent Publications

 

Silveira FOR, Quinn R, Adrian AM, Owen MR, Bush MA. Evaluation of the use of intra-operative radiology for open placement of lag screws for the stabilisation of sacroiliac luxation in cats, Veterinary Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 2017, 30: 69-74.

 

Barnes D, T Trinterud, Owen MR, Bush MA. Short-term outcome and complications of TPLO using anatomically contoured locking compression plates in small/medium breed dogs with ‘excessive’ tibial plateau angle, Journal of Small Animal Practice 2016, 57: 305-310

 

Bush MA. The Pelvis and Sacroiliac joint. In: Manual of Small Animal Fracture Repair Management 2nd edn, eds. Gemmill TJ, Clements DN. BSAVA, Gloucester, 2016 pp. 257-275

 

Barnes DC, Owen MR. Indirect assessment of stifle angle for improved accuracy of preoperative planning of tibial osteotomy procedures in dogs. Veterinary Record. 2015 Jul 25; 177(4): 99-101.Bush MA.

 

Bristow PC, Meeson RL, Thorne RM, Butterworth SJ, Rutherford S, Renwick AI, Wustefeld-Janssens B, Witte PG, Woods S, Parsons KJ, Keeley BJ, Owen MR, Li A, Arthurs GI. Clinical comparison of the hybrid dynamic compression plate and the castless plate for pancarpal arthrodesis in 219 dogs. Veterinary Surgery. 2015 Jan; 44(1): 70-7

 

Greeff DR, Bush MA, Owen MR. Management of carpal hyperextension injury in a cat using combined temporary transarticular internal and external skeletal fixation. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2014; 16: 842-845

 

Woodbridge N, Knuchel-Takano A, Brissot H, Nelissen P, Bush MA, Owen M. Accuracy evaluation of a two-wire technique for osteotomy positioning in the tibial plateau levelling procedure. Veterinary Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 2014; 27: 8-13

 

Witte PG, Bush MA, Scott HW. Management of feline distal tibial fractures using a hybrid external skeletal fixator. Journal of Small Animal Practice 2014, 55: 571-578

 

Woodbridge N, Owen M. Feline mandibular fractures: a significant surgical challenge. (2013). J Feline Med Surg. 15(3): 211-8.

 

Hermer JV, Bush MA, Whiting C, Langley-Hobbs SJ. Healing of patellar fractures in two kittens. Veterinary Comparative Orthopaedic and Traumatology 2012; 2: 155-159

 

Owen MR 2012. Diagnostic arthroscopy. In Small Animal Endosurgery. Eds Ragni R and Hotston-Moore A.

 

Owen MR 2012. Surgical arthroscopy. In Small Animal Endosurgery. Eds Ragni R and Hotston-Moore A.

 

Bush MA, Sibley P, Owen MA, Burton NJ, Owen MR, Colborne GR. Inverse dynamics evaluation of the Tibial Tuberosity Advancement procedure for cranial cruciate ligament failure in dogs. Veterinary Surgery 2012; 41: 471-481

 

Bush MA, Bowlt KL, Gines JA, Owen MR. Effect of use of different landmark methods on determining stifle angle and on calculated tibial tuberosity advancement. Veterinary Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology. 2011; 24: 205-210

 

Harris KP, Moores AP, Butterworth S, Bush MA. Three cases of accessorioulnar arthrodesis to address accessory carpal bone subluxation or fracture. The Veterinary Record 2011; 161: 181

 

Szabo D, Saveraid TC, Mariono-Henry K, Bush MA, Rodenas S. Invasion of fat into the brain case in a cat. Veterinary Record 2010; 167: 65-66

 

Witte PG, Bush MA, Scott HW. Propagation of a partial incomplete ossification of the humeral condyle in an American Cocker Spaniel. Journal of Small Animal Practice  2010; 51: 591-593

 

Bush MA, Owen MR. Type-IV variant Monteggia fracture with concurrent proximal radial physeal fracture in a domestic shorthaired cat. Veterinary Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 2009; 22: 225-228

 

Bush MA, Owen MR. Modification of the approach to the caudal cervical spine through a ventral incision via resection of the manubrium in a dog. Veterinary Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 2009; 22: 514-516

 

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