hip dysplasia

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hip dysplasia

a chronic degenerative condition producing lameness in animals, of highest prevalence in particular dog breeds. Laxity of ligaments about the hip joint permits erosion of weight-bearing surfaces, which is exacerbated by strenuous exercise in rapidly growing dogs. Etiology is multifactorial. Radiographic correlation with clinical signs is poor.
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develops and markets canine reproduction products and services, PennHIP(R), a test for canine hip dysplasia, nutritional supplements and a line of coat and skin care products to breeders and owners of purebred dogs and their veterinarians.
In addition, ICG markets a full line of products and services for canine reproduction, PennHIP(R), a scientific method of evaluation for Canine Hip Dysplasia, a line of cycle nutritional supplements and the Duurstede(TM) line of canine grooming products.
International Canine Genetics develops, manufactures and markets canine reproduction products and services, PennHIP(TM), a test for canine hip dysplasia, nutritional supplements and the Duurstede(TM) line of coat and skin care products to breeders and owners of purebred dogs and their veterinarians.

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