Fracture Repair can include something as minute as a toe in a cat to repairing multiple fractures for an animal that was hit by a vehicle.
Some injuries can simply occur during regular day to day activities. For example: a small dog may break bones from jumping or falling only a couple feet.
Some repairs may only take 30 minutes, while others may take a few hours; a patient with multiple fractures may require performing surgeries on different days to avoid excessive anesthesia time.
Humerus (upper forelimb)
Spine (back or neck)
Feet (Metacarpals, metatarsals, and digits)
External skeletal fixators
Bone cement (Polymethylmethacrylate)
Any combination of the above