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BSAVA Congress Proceedings 2020
Oral presentations [ 466 ] BSAVA CONGRESS 2020 PROCEEDINGS screw loosening was the most frequent (nine cases) and was the only complication seen in dogs with fissure fracture (three cases). Presence of medial epicondylar fissure fracture and development of screw loosening were significantly associated (Fisher's test (p = 0.0468), Odds Ratio 6.3 (p = 0.0296)).doi:10.22233/9781910443774.66.5 fatcat:levwtc7p4na3zlev7wtshipz6q