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ANTEBRACHIAL pathology, in particular growth disturbance affecting the proximal or distal radial physes, is unusual. When present, it can result in a short radius and associated humeroradial and humeroulnar incongruency or a varus deformity of the distal limb (Vandewater and Olmstead 1983, Shields Henney and Gambardella 1990).
Over the past three years, one of us (SC) has reviewed a small number of radiographs from skeletally immature pugs that have thoracic limb lameness. The radiographic features appear to be an overlong radius with proximal and occasional distal radial …