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Journal October 2010 (Vol 32, No 10)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Meniscal Injury in Dogs With Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture

1. In a healthy stifle, the menisci
2. After CrCL rupture, which portion of which meniscus is more frequently damaged and a source of clinical lameness?
3. Which mechanism(s) lead to meniscal damage in dogs with CrCL deficiency?
4. Which of the following are considered meniscal tears?
5. If a meniscal click is not identified on physical examination, the meniscus
6. Which modalities can be used to assist evaluation of the meniscus?
7. What technique should be used in conjunction with either arthrotomy or arthroscopy to assist in evaluation of the menisci?
8. What portion of the meniscus is vascular and has regenerative capacity?
9. If a longitudinal tear is identified in any part of the medial meniscus, the current standard of care is
10. Which procedure(s) decrease(s) the load-bearing function of normal menisci in vitro?
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