Can you solve this Brain Teaser?

Test your veterinary knowledge!

Presentation

Presentation: An eight month old female Pomeranian presents after jumping off a bed.
Image courtesy Kendra Freeman

An eight-month-old female Pomeranian presents after jumping off a bed.

Challenge

1) What is the success rate for conservative management of this fracture?  

2) Which of the following is not a potential complication of surgical stabilization?

a) Disuse osteopenia

b) Implant loosening

c) Non-union

d) All of the above

3) Most toy breed fractures of the radius occur at what location?

a) 1-2cm proximal to the carpus

b) Mid-diaphyseal

c) Proximal diaphyseal

d) Location is highly variable

Check your answers on Page 2.

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