This week’s case is a 7 month old Labrador Retriever who became lame on the right front limb one month ago after playing frisbee. List your findings in the comments section!
FindingsELBOWS There is mild subtrochlear sclerosis of both elbows. There is a focal contour defect at the articular surface of the medial humeral condyle on the cranial caudal projection bilaterally. There is evidence of underlying subchondral sclerosis at this site.
LATERAL SHOULDERS: There is a focal contour defect and radiolucency in the subchondral bone of both shoulders. In the left shoulder, there is also an ill-defined mineral body present at the caudal humeral head. The right shoulder appears to have a mineralized linear cartilage flap associated with the defect.
- Bilateral shoulder OCD.
- Bilateral elbow dysplasia, with medial humeral condylar erosive lesions consistent with OCD or a kissing lesion.