Current concepts in the diagnosis and management of cranial cruciate ligament disease

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About the course

Forum overview:

Cranial cruciate ligament disease is the most common cause of pelvic limb lameness in the adult dog.

In this presentation we will address the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of CCL disease; attention will be given to achieving a diagnosis in those patients with no or questionable craniocaudal instability, before focusing on a review of current and emerging treatment options.

Evening CPD Forums Schedule:

Registration commences at 7.00pm followed by a buffet and refreshments from 7.30pm and at 8.00pm the forum, which should last approximately two hours.

Certificates of attendance will be issued for your CPD records.

Discussion and questions are welcomed during the forum.


Mark Tonzing

BVSc MANZCVS(Small Animal Surgery) MRCVS Orthopaedic Surgeon


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