Thesaurus / luxation
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Luxation of the femur is observed in old emaciated animals that are worked on slippery pavements.
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This form of luxation is also the one usually seen following debilitating diseases such as influenza and pneumonia.
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According to Moller, luxation is generally due to excessive flexion of the scapulohumeral joint.
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The deep cotyloid cavity renders disarticulation difficult and luxation does not often take place.
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This type of luxation is rarely observed and is usually due to violent strain and abnormal extension of the stifle joint.
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A dislocation or luxation is a persistent displacement of the opposing ends of the bones forming a joint.
Luxation, or displacement without fracture of the bones forming a joint, is comparatively rare among cattle.
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Falls or violent strains are necessary to produce this luxation.
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What is a simple, and what is a complicated Dislocation or Luxation?
When luxation does occur, irreparable injury is usually done.
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