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luxate

(lŭk′sāt′)
tr.v. lux·ated, lux·ating, lux·ates
To put out of joint; dislocate.

lux·a′tion n.

Luxate

To loosen or dislocate the tooth from the socket.
Mentioned in: Tooth Extraction

luxate

(luk´sāt),
v to be forced out of place or joint; to be displaced; to dislocate.
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Caudoventral hip luxation rarely occurs in dogs and cats (CETINKAYA & OLCAY, 2010).
Radiographic diagnosis of craniodorsal coxofemoral luxation in standing equids.
Hematoma was observed resulting from the vertebral luxation that leads to rupture and bleeding of vertebral arteries [Figure 3].
In a complementary investigation, it was preformed computed tomography (CT) of the cervical spine which evidenced C6-C7 luxation, without any associated bone fractures (Figure 1).
Surgical treatment may be necessary if the cat is unresponsive to medical treatment or if the glaucoma is caused by lens luxation, a tumor or trauma.
Luxation injuries that affect the primary dentition are commonly reported and are associated with resilience of the alveolar bone and supporting structures in young children.
Luxation is any displacement of primary or permanent teeth.
Retrieve all of the avulsed (knocked out) teeth, replace them in their sockets, and follow luxation care until formal dental treatment.
Complications were grouped into four categories: VBAs, cerebral complications other than VBAs, disc herniation, and "other types of complications," eg, fractures, luxations, and spinal cord compression.
Ils ont porte secours a des personnes choquees ou victimes de fractures ou de luxations et delimite des perimetres de securite.
Trauma is a common cause of spinal cord dysfunction in dogs and frequently involves fractures, luxations or subluxations, depending on animal's position on impact, type of force conveyed, area of impact and inherent strengths and weaknesses of vertebral column (Bagley, 2000).