Hip Dysplasia: Sweden - Page 1

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by patrishap on 07 November 2004 - 09:11

Can anyone tell what actual numbers/figures/ranges determine the Swedish H/D gradings of 'A' to 'E'?

by Pjulle on 07 November 2004 - 13:11

Well, in most of the european countries we use the A-E gradings... A equals 'a' normal = normal hips B = 'a' fast normal = almost normal hips C = 'a' noch zugelassen(Leichte HD) HD+ = still permissible hips D = (Mittlere HD) HD ++ E = (Schwere HD) HD +++ If you wat to see more, check the danish Kennel Klub page out. Here you will find the terms in alot of "languages" http://dansk-kennel-klub.cms123.com/450/123

marion

by marion on 07 November 2004 - 15:11

I think that most European countries use: "a" normal, "a" fast normal and "a" noch zugelassen, which now is called: a1 a2 and a3 (HD+) a4 HD ++ a5 HD +++ In Spain we do not use A to E either.

marion

by marion on 07 November 2004 - 15:11

I am sorry, if a dog is in Germany and obtained the "a" (no matter which one of the three first ones) in another country, it is called: a6 Best regards.

by Pjulle on 07 November 2004 - 23:11

Marion, correctme if im wrong: You say that most european countries do NOT use the A - E terms? Okey, that might be, but no matter what the danish page gives useful translations for a lot of countries.





 


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