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Table 2 Locations in different joints examined for osteochondrosis

From: Osteochondrosis, but not lameness, is more frequent among free-range pigs than confined herd-mates

Shoulder Distal scapula; glenoid cavity
Proximal humerus; head of humerus
Elbow Distal humerus; medial and lateral part of the condyle
Proximal ulna
Proximal radius
Stifle Distal femur; medial and lateral oblique sulci and condyle, femoral trochlea
Proximal tibia
Proximal fibula
Hock Distal tibia
Distal fibula
Proximal (medial and lateral trochlea) and distal talus
Coracoid process and distal calcaneus