Harvesting spongy bone from the proximal humerus of the dog - Veterinary Practice
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Harvesting spongy bone from the proximal humerus of the dog

We are going to demonstrate how to harvest spongy bone from the proximal humerus of the dog. This procedure is commonly performed for various reasons, including bone grafts, fracture repair or bone marrow aspiration.

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