The Brace description
??? Functions via semi-tubular tension rods which are placed in the longitudinal rod pockets on the inner and outer sides of the brace
??? Maintains sagittal plane stability by posterior tethering of the tension rods above and below the stifle
??? Utilizes a buttress between the two tension rods, located over the proximal tibia, which resists anterior movement of the tibia on the femur
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