kleintier konkret 2023; 26(05): 39-49
DOI: 10.1055/a-2061-3916

Die Hüftgelenkdysplasie des Hundes – Therapie

Carolin Werres

Zur Behandlung der Hüftgelenkdysplasie existieren eine Vielzahl verschiedener Therapieoptionen. Neben chirurgischen Maßnahmen unterschiedlichen Umfangs nehmen konservative Behandlungsmethoden einen wichtigen Stellenwert ein. Ziel ist es stets, die Mobilität und Lebensqualität der betroffenen Patienten zu verbessern.

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24 October 2023

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