Stifle Surgery The Basics Through To TTA
Royal Veterinary College
Duration: 1 hour(s)
Key Areas Surgical anatomy of the stifle jointHow to perform a lateral parapatellar arthrotomy of the stifleHow to place an extra-capsular suture for stabilisation of the cranial cruciate ligament deficient stifleHow to perform meniscal inspection and resectionCorrective techniques to address patellar luxationHow to perform a medial parapatellar arthrotomy How to perform a tibial tuberosity advancement procedure About this course Do you want to enhance your skills and surgically managing stifle problems such as cruciate rupture and patellar luxation?This course of recorded webinars will be followed by an all-day practical giving you the opportunity to practise surgical techniques on synbones and cadavers. The webinars will cover the theory, and provide the necessary background for disease diagnosis and technical aspects required for the practical day. The onsite practical part of the course will give you the opportunity to put the theory into practice and develop your surgical skills.Why do this course?Whether you are a relative surgical novice or a more experienced surgeon this course will help you become a more skilled and knowledgeable surgeon.
Who is it for?
Richard Meeson, MA VetMB PhD MVetMed DipECVS PGCertVetEd FHEA MRCVS Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery The Royal Veterinary College Matthew Pead, BVetMed PhD CertSAO FHEA MRCVS Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Orthopaedics The Royal Veterinary College Jayson Tuan, BSc BVMS MANZCVS DipECVS MRCVS Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery The Royal Veterinary College
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