Accuracy in Determining Canal Flare Index Using Different Radiographical Positions for Imaging Canine Femurs.

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Summary of "Accuracy in Determining Canal Flare Index Using Different Radiographical Positions for Imaging Canine Femurs."

 The aim of this study was to compare accuracy of femoral measurements obtained from different radiographical positions with actual femoral anatomical dimensions in dogs.


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Name: Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and traumatology : V.C.O.T
ISSN: 2567-6911


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