Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis

Ollioules, France

Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis

Ollioules, France

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Vedrine B.,Clinique Veterinaire Cauchoise | Guillaumot P.,Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis | Chancrin J.-L.,Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology | Year: 2016

An eight-year-old male English Setter was referred for management of a dislocation of a cemented dual mobility canine total hip prosthesis that occurred four months after the initial surgery. Revision surgery showed that the dislocation was associated with fracture of the ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene liner. The dislocation was successfully reduced after replacing the liner. A dual mobility acetabular component is composed of a mobile polyethylene liner inside a metallic cemented cup. Chronic wear of the components of a canine dual mobility total hip replacement has not been described previously. The use of this type of implant is fairly recent and limited long term follow-up of the implanted cases may be the explanation. Acute rupture of a polyethylene liner has never been described in humans, the only case of rupture of a polyethylene liner occurred 10 years after implantation. The case presented here of rupture of the polyethylene liner of a dual mobility total hip replacement is a hitherto unreported failure mode in this model of acetabular cup in the dog. © Schattauer 2016.


Huynh M.,Center Hospitalier Veterinaire Fregis | Guillaumot P.,Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis | Hernandez J.,Center Hospitalier Veterinaire Fregis | Ragetly G.,Center Hospitalier Veterinaire Fregis
Journal of Small Animal Practice | Year: 2014

A six-year-old neutered female albino ferret was presented with an acute episode of lethargy and anorexia. Clinical examination revealed marked cranial abdominal pain. A severe neutrophilic leukocytosis was present. Abdominal ultrasound was consistent with a diffuse peritonitis and severe bile duct inflammation. Cytology of the abdominal effusion revealed bile peritonitis. An exploratory laparotomy was performed and the gall bladder appeared inflamed with multiple perforations. A cholecystectomy was performed. The ferret recovered without complication. Bacteriological culture of the bile and gall bladder yielded a pure growth of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Histopathological analysis of the gall bladder and liver was consistent with a marked cholecystitis and cholangiohepatitis. On the basis of sensitivity testing, the ferret was treated with marbofloxacin for one month. No complications or reoccurrence were seen up to 1year after the diagnosis. To the author's knowledge, this is the first report of bile peritonitis secondary to gall bladder rupture in a ferret. © 2014 British Small Animal Veterinary Association.


Guillaumot P.,Clinique veterinaire Olliolis | Autefage A.,National Veterinary School of Toulouse | Dembour T.,Clinique veterinaire Olliolis | Chancrin J.-L.,Clinique veterinaire Olliolis
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology | Year: 2012

Objectives: To report the clinical and radio-graphic outcome of a canine total hip prosthesis with a dual mobility acetabular component, with a minimum of six months follow-up. Methods: The outcome of dogs that underwent primary cemented unilateral dual mobility hip prosthesis surgery by one of the authors for hip dysplasia or trauma, and which had a minimum of six months clinical and radiologic follow-up, was evaluated. Results: Fifty dogs were included in the study. Follow-up ranged from six to 38 months (mean 14.4 months). Perioperative complications were acetabular collapse (n = 1) and greater trochanter fracture (n = 1), both of which were successfully managed perioper-atively. Postoperative complications were aseptic loosening of the acetabular component (n = 2; both surgically revised), implant sepsis (n = 3; all explanted), acetabular fracture (n = 1; conservatively managed), greater trochanter fracture (n = 1; conservatively managed) and sciatic neurapraxia (n = 1). No cases of postoperative luxation or femoral implant aseptic loosening were encountered. Outcome was poor for three cases (3 implant sepsis), fair for three cases (including 1 acetabular component loosening and 1 acetabular fracture), and good or excellent for 44 cases (88%). Clinical significance: There were not any cases of postoperative coxofemoral luxation observed in this series of 50 dogs with dual mobility hip prosthesis. Studies with more patients and longer follow-up are needed to confirm the satisfactory results observed to date with this implant. © Schattauer 2012.


Guillaumot P.,Clinique veterinaire Olliolis | Autefage A.,National Veterinary School of Toulouse | Palierne S.,National Veterinary School of Toulouse | Dembour T.,Clinique veterinaire Olliolis | Chancrin J.-L.,Clinique veterinaire Olliolis
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology | Year: 2012

Prosthetic dislocation is one of the most common complications after canine hip replacement. The use of dual mobility acetabu-lar components has been shown to reduce the rate of dislocation in first intent hip replacement in human patients who are at high risk for dislocation. In such implants, a mobile polyethylene liner articulates on one side with a metallic acetabular component and on the other side with a metallic prosthetic head. A dual mobility cemented acet-abular component has been designed for use in dogs, and is available for use in association with a previously designed modular femoral component. This report describes the characteristics and the procedure for implantation of this implant combination. © Schattauer 2012.


PubMed | Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis
Type: Clinical Trial | Journal: Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and traumatology : V.C.O.T | Year: 2012

Prosthetic dislocation is one of the most common complications after canine hip replacement. The use of dual mobility acetabular components has been shown to reduce the rate of dislocation in first intent hip replacement in human patients who are at high risk for dislocation. In such implants, a mobile polyethylene liner articulates on one side with a metallic acetabular component and on the other side with a metallic prosthetic head. A dual mobility cemented acetabular component has been designed for use in dogs, and is available for use in association with a previously designed modular femoral component. This report describes the characteristics and the procedure for implantation of this implant combination.


PubMed | Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis and University of Montréal
Type: | Journal: Research in veterinary science | Year: 2016

The purpose of this pilot study was to evaluate the usefulness of selected echocardiographic parameters, NT-proBNP and cardiac troponin I (cTnI) in the detection of cardiotoxicity in dogs treated with doxorubicin for various malignancies. Echocardiographic studies and biomarker measurements were performed before each administration of doxorubicin, then 1 and 3 months after completion of therapy. Thirteen dogs were included, with a total cumulative dose of doxorubicin ranging from 30 to 150 mg/m(2). E/A ratio significantly decreased during doxorubicin administration (p=0.047). cTnI level was also significantly affected by treatment (p=0.046), increasing above normal at least at one time point in 11 of 13 dogs. The results of this pilot study suggest that monitoring of left ventricular diastolic function and cTnI level measurement might be useful in the early detection of cardiotoxic signs of doxorubicin therapy in dogs.


PubMed | Clinique Veterinaire Olliolis
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and traumatology : V.C.O.T | Year: 2012

To report the clinical and radiographic outcome of a canine total hip prosthesis with a dual mobility acetabular component, with a minimum of six months follow-up.The outcome of dogs that underwent primary cemented unilateral dual mobility hip prosthesis surgery by one of the authors for hip dysplasia or trauma, and which had a minimum of six months clinical and radiologic follow-up, was evaluated.Fifty dogs were included in the study. Follow-up ranged from six to 38 months (mean 14.4 months). Perioperative complications were acetabular collapse (n = 1) and greater trochanter fracture (n = 1), both of which were successfully managed perioperatively. Postoperative complications were aseptic loosening of the acetabular component (n = 2; both surgically revised), implant sepsis (n = 3; all explanted), acetabular fracture (n = 1; conservatively managed), greater trochanter fracture (n = 1; conservatively managed) and sciatic neurapraxia (n = 1). No cases of postoperative luxation or femoral implant aseptic loosening were encountered. Outcome was poor for three cases (3 implant sepsis), fair for three cases (including 1 acetabular component loosening and 1 acetabular fracture), and good or excellent for 44 cases (88%).There were not any cases of postoperative coxofemoral luxation observed in this series of 50 dogs with dual mobility hip prosthesis. Studies with more patients and longer follow-up are needed to confirm the satisfactory results observed to date with this implant.

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