Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia can refer to:

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Standard Schnauzer - Health
... progress has been made in reducing the incidence of hip dysplasia The two major hereditary within the breed are hip dysplasia and hereditary eye disease ... Schnauzer Club of America recommends that every kennel test their breeding stock for hip and eye problems before breeding and to breed only healthy animals ... at www.offa.org keeps a record of purebred animals that have passed an x-ray screening for hip dysplasia ...
Hip Dysplasia (human) - Diagnostics
... standard newborn exams that include a hip joint exam screening for early detection of hip dysplasia ... Sometimes during an exam a "click" or more precisely "clunk" in the hip may be detected (although not all clicks indicate hip dysplasia) ... When a hip click (also known as "clicky hips" in the UK) is detected, the child's hips are tracked with additional screenings to determine if developmental dysplasia of the hip is caused ...
Hip Dysplasia (canine)
... Hip dysplasia is an abnormal formation of the hip socket that, in its more severe form, can eventually cause crippling lameness and painful arthritis of the joints ... Hip dysplasia is one of the most studied veterinary conditions in dogs, and the most common single cause of arthritis of the hips ...
Rough Collie - Health
... Hip dysplasia As with most of the larger breeds, hip dysplasia is a potential concern for Rough Collies ... The UK Kennel Club "Accredited Breeder Scheme" requires hip-scores this class of members, however, a very small proportion of UK registered puppies are bred under this scheme ... Hip dysplasia is rare in collies compared to their closest relatives and other breeds of the same size ...

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