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dc.contributor.advisorSanchez, María del Pilar-
dc.creatorChaparro Sutachan, Camilo Arturo-
dc.date.accessioned2019-10-03T12:39:24Z-
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dc.date.issued2019-10-02-
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dc.descriptionLa ruptura del ligamento cruzado craneal (LCCr) es una de las causas más frecuente de la claudicación en caninos, que conlleva a alteraciones no solo en la estabilidad de la articulación de la rodilla sino a cambios degenerativos en los componentes de la misma. Actualmente se cree que la progresión de la enfermedad al igual que su cronicidad, pueden ser pasadas por alto, ante la intermitencia de la sintomatología en el canino. El diagnóstico de la alteración primaria, así como de las secundarias, estará basado principalmente en el examen ortopédico, el uso de las herramientas radiográficas de la articulación de la rodilla y además de ello, las pruebas anexas (Artroscopia, ecografía y resonancia magnética) que proporcionarán información importante de las estructuras, membranas y demás componentes de la articulación, que podrán indicar la causa más probable para el desarrollo de la ruptura del LCCr. En las últimas décadas, se han propuesto alternativas terapéuticas para la resolución de la ruptura del LCCr, desde protocolos conservadores (inmovilización y manejo farmacológico) como quirúrgicos (intracapsulares, extracapsulares y osteotomías de la tibia proximal), sin llegar al desarrollo de una técnica, que evite el desarrollo de patologías secundarias a la ruptura como lo son enfermedad degenerativa, aparición de osteofitos, hipertrofia de la sinovia, osteoartritis, fibrosis periarticular y lesiones en los meniscos.es
dc.description.abstractThe rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) is one of the most frequent causes of claudication in dogs, which leads to alterations not only in the stability of the knee joint but also to degenerative changes in the components of the same. It is currently believed that the progression of the disease as well as its chronicity can be overlooked, given the intermittency of the symptoms in the canine. The diagnosis of the primary alteration, as well as the secondary ones, will be based mainly on the orthopedic examination, the use of the radiographic tools of the knee joint and in addition, the attached tests (Arthroscopy, ultrasound and magnetic resonance) that They will provide important information about the structures, membranes and other components of the joint, which may indicate the most probable cause for the development of the rupture of the LCCr. In the last decades, therapeutic alternatives have been proposed for the resolution of the rupture of the LCCr, from conservative protocols (immobilization and pharmacological management) as well as surgical ones (intracapsular, extracapsular and osteotomies of the proximal tibia), without reaching the development of a technique , that avoids the development of pathologies secondary to rupture such as degenerative disease, appearance of osteophytes, hypertrophy of the synovium, osteoarthritis, periarticular fibrosis and lesions in the meniscus.es
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dc.publisherUniversidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina Veterinaría y Zootecnia, Ibaguées
dc.subjectLigamento cruzado craneales
dc.subjectArticulaciónes
dc.subjectRupturaes
dc.subjectRodillaes
dc.subject.classificationTG 2019 MVZ 14321es
dc.subject.otherCranial cruciate ligamentes
dc.subject.otherJointes
dc.subject.otherRupturaes
dc.subject.otherKneees
dc.titleAcercamiento a la ruptura del ligamento cruzado craneal (LCCr) en caninos como una de las causas más frecuentes de la claudicación del miembro posterior.es
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dc.rights.licenseAtribuciónes
dc.publisher.departmentIbaguées
dc.publisher.programMedicina veterinaria y zootecniaes
dc.creator.mailcamilo.chaparros@campusucc.edu.coes
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