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The Canine Hip in Health and Disease Part 1

The Canine Hip in Health and Disease Part 1

The Canine Hip in Health and Disease Part 1

Mr Andy Torrington BVMS CertSAO MRCVS
Mr Andy Torrington BVMS CertSAO MRCVS

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Launch date: 22 Nov 2014
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Last updated: 13 Jun 2017

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This Webinar is an exploration of the Normal Canine Hip in terms of Anatomic and Radiographic Structure and the functional anatomy of this joint. It will form the foundation for the remaining parts in this series. Using static and animated 3D models that I created, the approach is principally aimed at visual learning.

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1. Understand Normal Physical Anatomy of the Canine Hip.
2. Understand the Radiographic Anatomy of the Canine Hip.
3. Understand how the anatomy influences efficient Joint function.
4. Understand basic concepts of Synovial Fluid sampling and assessment.
Mr Andy Torrington BVMS CertSAO MRCVS

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Mr Andy Torrington BVMS CertSAO MRCVS

My aim is to explain Small Animal Orthopaedic concepts with graphical content that facilitates understanding and retention. I have been involved in Small Animal Orthopaedics for twenty years and have lectured worldwide on Orthopaedic Diseases and management options.

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