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Canine Orthopedics Course Part 5: A Fresh Look at Managing Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Canine Orthopedics Course Part 5: A Fresh Look at Managing Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Canine Orthopedics Course Part 5: A Fresh Look at Managing Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Dr Denis  Marcellin-Little DEDV
Dr Denis Marcellin-Little DEDV
on behalf of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Canine Orthopedics Course Part 5: A Fresh Look at Managing Osteoarthritis in Dogs
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This lecture describes the impact of osteoarthritis on dogs over a lifetime and discusses various strategies that should be used at each stage of the disease.

Objectives

Learning the stages of osteoarthritis
The first objective is to learn the stages of osteoarthritis in dogs
Learning what osteoarthritis management option has clear benefits
The second objective is to learn the benefits of osteoarthritis management options
Dr Denis  Marcellin-Little DEDV

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Dr Denis Marcellin-Little DEDV
on behalf of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Denis Marcellin-Little is a veterinary orthopedic surgeon, board certified by the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Surgeons and by the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. He teaches at North Carolina State University. His work focuses on the management of joint disease and limb deformities. He has published approximately 100 research studies focused on bioengineering, joint replacement, deformity correction, and physical rehabilitation.

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