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Worth AJ, Meij B, Jeffery N. Canine degenerative lumbosacral stenosis: Prevalence, impact and management strategies. Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports.
Worth AJ, Cave NJ. A veterinary perspective on preventing injuries and other problems that shorten the life of working dogs. Revue Scientifique et Technique-office International des Epizootics 37(1), 161-169, 2018
Gordon S, Bridges JP, Tomiln SC, Hartman A, Worth AJ. Repeatability of Three-Dimensional Computed Tomographic Volumetric Measurement of Lumbosacral Intervertebral Foramina in German Shepherd Dogs. Veterinary Comparative Orthopedics and Traumatology. 31 (5), 339-343, 2018
Saunders H, Worth AJ, Bridges JP, Hartman A. Evaluation of the rostral projection of the sacral lamina as a component of degenerative lumbosacral stenosis in German shepherd dogs. Veterinary Surgery 47(5), 654-63, 2018
Worth, AJ; Hartman, Angela; Bridges, Janis P, Jones BJ, Mayhew IG. Medium-Term Outcome and CT Assessment of Lateral Foraminotomy at the Lumbosacral Junction in Dogs with Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis. Veterinary Comparative Orthopedics and Traumatology. 31, 37-43, 2018
Frame K, JP Bridges, Worth AJ Effect of a calcaneo-tibial screw on medial and lateral stability ofthe canine tarsocrural joint ex vivo. Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol 30(5), 331-338, 2017
Worth AJ, Hartman A, Bridges JP, Jones BR, Mayhew IG. Computed tomographic evaluation of dynamic alteration of the canine lumbosacral intervertebral neurovascular foramina. Veterinary Surgery. Volume 46(2), 255-264, 2017
Worth AJ, Hartman A, Bridges JP, Jones BR, Mayhew IG. Effect of dorsal laminectomy and dorsal annulectomy with partial lumbosacral discectomy on the volume of the lateral intervertebral neuroforamina in dogs when the lumbosacral junction is extended. Veterinary Surgery. Veterinary Surgery. Volume: 46 Issue: 2 Pages: 265-70, 2017
Blume LM, Worth AJ, Cohen EB, Bridges JP, Hartman AC. Accuracy of radiographic detection of the cranial margin of the dorsal lamina of the canine sacrum. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound. 56(6), 579–588, 2015.
Nortje J, Bruce WJ, Worth AJ. Surgical repair of humeral condylar fractures in New Zealand working farm dogs – long-term outcome and owner satisfaction. New Zealand Veterinary Journal. 63 :10-116 ; 2015
Saunders FC ; Cave NJ ; Hartman KM ; Gee EK ; Worth AJ ; Bridges JP ; Hartman AC. Computed tomographic method for measurement of inclination angles and motion of the sacroiliac joints in German Shepherd Dogs and Greyhounds. American Journal Of Veterinary Research 2013, 74 (9), pp. 1172-82.
AJ Worth, Sgnt M Sandford, Insp B Gibson, R Stratton, V Erceg, B Jones. Causes of loss or retirement from active duty for New Zealand police German Shepherd Dogs. Journal of Animal Welfare Animal Welfare 2013, 22: 167-174 ISSN 0962-7286 doi: 10.7120/09627222.214.171.124
AL Harland , NJ Cave, BR Jones, J Benschop, JJ Donald, A Midwinter, RA Squires, JM Collins-Emerson. A serological survey of leptospiral antibodies in dogs in New Zealand.(Manuscript accepted for publication in the New Zealand Veterinary Journal)
Scrimgeour AB, Bruce WJ, Bridges JP, Walsh VP, Worth AJ. Long-term outcomes after partial tarsal arthrodesis in working farm dogs in New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 60, 1, pp 50-55, Jan 2012.
Parton K, Wiffen EM, Haglund ND Cave NJ Macrocyclic lactone toxicity due to abamectin in farm dogs without the ABCB1 gene mutation. New Zealand Veterinary Journal DOI:10.1080/00480169.2011.642770
Hendriks MM, Hill KE, Cogger N, Jones BR , Cave NJ A retrospective study of gastric dilatation and gastric dilatation and volvulus in working farm dogs in New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal DOI:10.1080/00480169.2011.644758
Worth, AJ , Bridges, JP, Jones, G. Trends in the phenotypic hip status of selected breeds of dog as measured by the New Zealand Veterinary Association Hip Dysplasia scheme (1990-2008). New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 59: 2, 67-74, 2011.
Cross K and Worth AJ. Surgical stablisation of a traumatic disk injury in a working dog.Companion Animal Society (CAS) Newsletter 21(2) pp44-45.
BR Jones. Health and Nutrition of Working Dogs. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 6, p 304, Dec 2009
Cave NJ, Bridges JP, Cogger N, Farman RS. A survey of diseases of working farm dogs in New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 6, pp 305-312, Dec 2009
Hill SR, Rutherfurd-Markwick KJ, G Ravindran, Ugarte CE, Thomas DG. The effects of the proportions of dietary macronutrients on the digestibility , post-prandial endocrine responses and large intestinal fermentation of carbohydrate in working dogs. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 6, pp 313-318, Dec 2009
Worth AJ, Thompson DJ, Hartman AC. Degenerative lumbosacral stenosis in working dogs : Current concepts and review. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 6, pp 319-330, Dec 2009
Jerram RM, Walker AM, Worth AJ, Kuipers von Lande R. Prospective evaluation of pancarpal arthrodesis for carpal injuries in working dogs in New Zealand, using dorsal hybrid plating. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 6, pp 331-337, Dec 2009
Worth AJ, Laven RA, Erceg VH. An assessment of the agreement between the New Zealand Veterinary Association Hip Dysplasia Scoring System and the PennHIP Distraction Index in German Shepherd dogs. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 6, pp 338-345, Dec 2009
Doyle JL, Kuipers von Lande RG, Worth AJ. Intra-thoracic pyogranulomatous disease in four working dogs. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 6, pp 346-351, Dec 2009
Worth AJ, Bruce WJ. Long-term assessment of pancarpal arthrodesis performed on New Zealand working dogs. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 56(2) 78-64, 2008
Worth AJ, Danielsson F, Bray JP, Burbidge HM, Bruce WJ. Ability to work and owner satisfaction following surgical repair of common calcanean tendon injuries in working dogs in New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal. 52 (3), 109-116, 2004.
Munday JS, Dyer CB, Hartman AC, Orgell GMB. A possible predisposition to dilated cardiomyopathy in Huntaway dogs. New Zealand Veterinary Journal. Oct;54(5):231-4. 2006.
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