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Table 2 Information about dogs, patella, and trochlea dimensions, and analyzed data

From: Three-dimensional motion of the patella in French bulldogs with and without medial patellar luxation

Dog Number Dog Name Age [years] Weight [kg] Height at the withers [mm] Patella length [mm]
A
Patella width [mm]
B
Patella depth [mm]
C
Trochlea width [mm]
D
Trochlea depth [mm]
E
Leg MPL Gait Speed [m/s] Strides
1 Qeny 7 11 310 14.4 8.2 6.1 7.4 a L 1 w 0.7 10
L 1 t 1.3 8
2 MJ 7 9.5 300 CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available R 3 w 0.7 3
R 3 t 1.7 10
3 Chacha 7 10 310 CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available L 1 w 0.6 8
L 1 t 1.2 8
4 Juno 2 13 320 CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available L 0 w 0.7 10
L 0 t 1.5 6
5 Luna 3 9.5 280 12.0 8.0 5.7 7.9 1.1 L(c) 1 w 0.8 10
11.7 8.0 5.8 7.9 1.1 R 1 t 1.1 9
6 Esprit 1 325 CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available CT not available R 0 w 0.7 5
R 0 t 1.2 10
7 Gretel 3 13.5 330 14.7 9.1 6.6 8.8 1.7 R (b) 0 t 1.3 9
  1. figure a
    L Left, R Right, w walk, t Trot
  2. MPL Medial Patellar Luxation, 0 = no MPL, 1 = Grad 1, 3 = Grad 3. Height at the withers was measured while the dogs were standing. aTrochlea severely worn, the trochlea depth could not be measured. b virtual reconstruction of the patella belongs to this dog. cvirtual reconstruction of the femur belongs to this dog. Dogs 1, 2, 3, 4 belonged to [30], while 5, 6, and 7 to a not published study to trunk kinematics, see acknowledgements