David Dycus, DVM, MS, DACVS, CCRP and Sean Aiken, DVM, MS, DACVS
Join veterinary orthopedic surgical specialists and focus on the causes, pathology, and treatment of patellar luxation in dogs as well as the postoperative patient care. In this hands-on interactive course, you will learn techniques to stabilize medial or lateral patellar luxation. You will review and practice the approach to the stifle joint and these patellar luxation repair techniques:
- Block recession trochleoplasty
- Wedge recession trochleoplasty
- Tibial tuberosity transposition
- Capsular imbrication and release
Participants may find it helpful to review pertinent anatomy and orthopedic instrumentation before attending this course.
- Date: Sunday, December 11
- Time: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
- Cost: $520
- Open to: Veterinarians
- CE Credit: 4 hours
How to Register for a Clinical Techniques Course
Clinical Technique Courses are open to all CVC veterinarians and technician attendees as indicated in the description. They require a separate registration fee, which is listed in the description. Clinical Techniques Course participation requires at least a one-day CVC San Diego registration in addition to the course fee. All participants must sign and return a liability release form.
Clinical Techniques Course registration is nontransferable. CVC reserves the right to cancel any Clinical Techniques Course by November 2, 2016. If the course is canceled by CVC, registrants will be notified and the Clinical Techniques Course paid fee will be credited or refunded. All cancellations of a Clinical Techniques Course by the registrant must be submitted in writing for a credit or refund, minus a $50 processing fee, by November 2, 2016. No request for refunds or changes will be accepted after November 2, 2016.