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Journal March 2010 (Vol 32, No 3)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Metacarpal and Metatarsal Fractures in Dogs

1. Which statement regarding the anatomy of the metacarpus is correct?
2. Which statement regarding metacarpal/metatarsal fractures is true?
3. When is conservative treatment for metacarpal or metatarsal fractures not recommended in the current guidelines?
4. Surgical intervention for metacarpal/metatarsal fractures is recommended when
5. Which statement regarding basilar fractures of the metacarpals/metatarsals is false?
6. Techniques for surgical fixation of metacarpal/metatarsal shaft fractures include the use of
7. Which statement regarding metacarpal/metatarsal stress fractures in dogs is false?
8. All animals should be cage confined and metacarpal/metatarsal fractures coapted in a molded splint or cast for
9. Disadvantages of implant removal after fracture healing include
10. Complications of metacarpal/metatarsal fracture repair include
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