Free Evening Orthopaedics CPD

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Medial Patellar Luxation Assessment and Surgical Options
My patient has a medial patellar luxation, now what?

In this evening CPD with Duncan and Fabio, they will be discussing the assessment and treatment of small animals with medial patellar luxation. This will include the assessment of whether cases need to be treated surgically. If surgery is needed what are the best surgical options to maximise the chances of a successful outcome and reduce the possibility of complications. We will also look at the options for more complicated cases including dogs with femoral and tibial deformities and patellar groove replacement for dogs with a worn out or absent femoral trochlear groove.

7.30pm with refreshments from 7.00pm.
The order of speakers may change and because of the nature of this evening where questions and discussion are welcomed, this event may run over.

Tutored by: Duncan Barnes MA VetMB DSAS (Orth) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics) and Fabio Frazzica DVM, CertAVP (GSAS), PgDip (VPS), MRCVS

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