Join us for the AO VET Symposium–Bridging The Gap: Translating Clinical Research to Clinical Practice

Week 1: Selected Topics in Canine Joint Disease

November 16, 2020 / 16:00–18:00 HKT/AWST; 09:00–11:00pm CEST


09 November 2020

Join us on the 16th November for the first of four inspiring virtual symposia! We will start proceedings with four research abstracts on canine joint disease.

In this session you will hear yet-to-be-published research asking the following questions:

  • What is the prevalence of meniscal lesions in small breed dogs with cranial cruciate ligament disease?
  • Can we use pre-operative radiographs to predict meniscal injury in dogs with cranial cruciate ligament disease?
  • What is the value of routine follow up radiographs following tibial plateau levelling osteotomy?
  • Can we quantify the risk of luxation following total hip replacement in dogs?

These abstracts will be discussed by our panel of international orthopaedic experts – Professor Kenneth Johnson, Professor Eithne Comerford, and Professor Antonio Pozzi.

Our panel will consider how this new information can be translated into clinical setting. Join the discussion on how this impacts our current understanding and how we may integrate these findings into our day to day practice!

Date: November 16, 2020

Time: 16:00-18:00 HKT/AWST; 09:00-11:00 CEST; find your local time

Expert panel

Antonio Pozzi

Professor Antonio Pozzi

Dipl. ECVS & ACVS, ACVSMR
Switzerland
Eithne Comerford

Professor Eithne Comerford

MVB PhD CertVR CertSAS PGCertHE DipECVS FHEA FRCVS
United Kingdom
Kenneth Johnson

Professor Kenneth Johnson

MVSc PhD FACVSc DACVS and DECVS
Australia
Mark Newman

Dr Mark Newman

BVSc MVS MANZCVS DipECVS
Australia

(Moderator)


Abstract presenters

Isobel Monotti

Isobel Monotti

BVSc MANZCVS MVS MSVc
Murdoch University
Australia

Relationship between Total Hip Replacement Luxation and Offset Measurements in Dogs

Darby Walmsley

Darby Walmsley

BVSc
Animal Referral Hospital Melbourne
Australia

Quantitative Radiographic Measurement of Stifle Effusion-Synovitis as a Predictor for Cruciate and Meniscal Disease in Dogs

Stephanie Colthurst

Stephanie Colthurst

BVSc
Southpaws Specialty Surgery for Animals
Australia

Comparison of Incidence of Medial Meniscal Tears at Index Surgery in Small Dogs (<15kg) and Medium-to-Large Dogs (>15.1kg) with Naturally Occurring Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease Undergoing Tibial Plateau Levelling Osteotomy

Alexander Akash

Akash Alexander

BVetMed MRCVS
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom

There is a Low Likelihood that Routine Follow-Up Radiographs will Affect the Treatment Plan after Uncomplicated TPLO



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