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An Urban Experience
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1: Smith TJ, Fitzpatrick N, Evans RB, Pead MJ: Measurement of ulnar subtrochlear sclerosis using a percentage scale in labrador retrievers with minimal radiographic signs of periarticular osteophytosis. Veterinary Surgery 38(2): 199- 208, 2009.
2: Fitzpatrick N, Smith TJ, Evans RB, Yeadon R: Radiographic and arthroscopic  ndings in the elbow joints of 263 dogs with medial coronoid disease. Veterinary Surgery 38(2): 213-223, 2009.
3: Farrell M, Heller J, Kowaleski M, Sparrow T, Solano M, Fitzpatrick N: does radiographic arthrosis correlate with cartilage disease in labrador retrievers affected by medial compartment disease of the elbow joint? Proceedings VOS Conference, Crested Butte, USA, March 2012.
4: Fitzpatrick N, Yeadon R: Working algorithm for treatment decision making for developmental disease of the medial compartment of the elbow in dogs. Veterinary Surgery 38(2): 285-300, 2009.
5: Caley A, Fitzpatrick N, Caron A, Farrell M: Three dimensional kinematic gait analysis of the thoracic limb of normal dogs and patients with con rmed medial compartment disease. BSAVA-WSAVA Congress Birmingham, UK, April 2012.
6: Fitzpatrick N, Garcia-Nolen T, Daryani A, Watari S, Hayashi K: Structural Analysis of Canine Medial Coronoid Disease by Micro CT: radial incisure vs tip fragmentation. ACVS Surgical Summit Conference, Chicago, IL, USA. October 2011.
7: Fitzpatrick N, Smith TJ, Evans RB, O’Riordan J, Yeadon R: Subtotal coronoid ostectomy for treatment of medial coronoid disease in 263 dogs. Veterinary Surgery 38(2): 233-245, 2009.
8: Danielson KC, Fitzpatrick N, Muir P, et al: Histomorphometry of fragmented medial coronoid process in dogs: A comparison of affected and normal coronoid processes. Vet Surg 35:501-509, 2006.
9: Fitzpatrick N, Bertran J: Long-term clinical outcome after subtotal coronoid ostectomy (SCO): retrospective study in 68 dogs. BSAVA-WSAVA Congress Birmingham, UK, April 2012.
10: Caron A, Fitzpatrick N: Bioblique dynamic ulnar osteotomy: surgical technique and clinical outcome in 98 elbows. BSAVA-WSAVA Congress Birmingham, UK, April 2012.
11: Fitzpatrick N, Caron A: Bioblique dynamic ulnar osteotomy: Computed tomographic assessment of radio-ulnar incongruency over 12 weeks in 26 elbows. BSAVA-WSAVA Congress Birmingham, UK, April 2012.
12: Burton NJ., Owen MR., Kirk LS, Toscano MJ and Colborne GR, Conservative Versus Arthroscopic Management for Medial Coronoid Process Disease in Dogs: A Prospective Gait Evaluation. Veterinary Surgery, 40: 972–980, 2011.
13: Fitzpatrick N, Yeadon R, Smith TJ: Early clinical experience with osteochondral autograft transfer for treatment of osteochondritis dissecans of the medial humeral condyle in dogs. Veterinary Surgery 38(2): 246-60, 2009.
14: Fitzpatrick N: Synthetic osteochondral resurfacing (SOR) in canine OCD. 6th Annual VA3 Conference, Naples, FL, USA, August 2012.
15: Pfeil I., Vezzoni A. (2012), Proximal abducting ulnar osteotomy (PAUL), ECVS Congress, Barcelona, Spain, July
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18: Fitzpatrick N, Yeadon R, Smith T, Schulz K: Techniques of application and initial clinical experience with sliding humeral osteotomy for treatment of medial compartment disease of the canine elbow. Veterinary Surgery 38(2):261-278, 2009.
19. Fitzpatrick N, Bertran J: Sliding humeral osteotomy: reduction of major complication rate to zero and clinical outcome equivalence with or without focal coronoid treatment. BSAVA-WSAVA Congress Birmingham, UK, April 2012.
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