Canis ISSN: 2398-2942
Carpus: disproportionate (rhizomelic) dwarfism
- Dysostosis seen sporadically in Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd Dog, Springer Spaniel.
- Signs: abnormally short limbs but normal head and body; usually carpal valgus deformity, cranial bowing, metaphyseal enlargement; rarely carpal lameness.
- Congenital developmental limb deformity.
- This abnormal limb conformation rarely causes carpal lameness.
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