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ACE Lunch&Learn webinar: Elbow dysplasia - a common cause of forelimb lameness in dogs

ACE LUNCH&LEARN WEBINAR: ELBOW DYSPLASIA - A COMMON CAUSE OF FORELIMB LAMENESS IN DOGS

Welcome!

Tips for making an early diagnosis of elbow dysplasia

Elbow dysplasia is a common cause of forelimb lameness in dogs. Early detection of elbow dysplasia is the key to maximizing treatment outcome, but requires that we develop an “index of suspicion” based upon patient signalment, history, physical examination findings, and supportive imaging findings. ​

Join Jean-Guillaume Grand, DVM, DESV, Dip.ECVS (European and French specialist in small animal surgery), working in AniCura Aquivet (Eysines, France), for an ACE Lunch&Learn webinar discussing this topic.​  Moderator in the webinar is Erik Wouters, DVM, Dip.ECVS (chairman of AniCura MIG Surgey and Orthopaedics), working at AniCura Haaglanden Rijswijk, the Netherlands.

In this short case-based webinar you'll learn about:​

  • To develop an index of suspicion for elbow dysplasia ​
  • To develop a diagnostic approach to confirm your clinical suspicion​
  • To recognize the importance of an early diagnosis 

ACE Lunch&Learn

ACE Lunch&Learn webinar sessions are designed to provide bite-size updates on current topics within veterinary medicine and give you the opportunity to ask questions to key opinion leaders within the topic area. Please register to the live event and you will receive the webinar link.

The sessions are recorded and recordings and any relevant material associated with the session are found on the ACE learning platform https://anicura.scoolia.se/shared/ace-lunchlearn

These sessions are open to all associates within AniCura and our colleagues within Linnaeus.

Welcome!

Questions

Please contact education@anicuragroup.com if you have any questions or specific wishes on topics to cover in these sessions.

Starts:
9/6/2022 12:00 PM
Ends:
9/6/2022 12:50 PM