This interactive webinar is an introduction to performing diagnostic elbow arthroscopy in dogs. The general learning objectives are to improve participant familiarity and confidence in surgical anatomy, establishing scope and instrument portals and arthroscopic elbow anatomy. The target audience are veterinarians wanting to develop skills or refine their intermediate skills and confidence in performing diagnostic elbow arthroscopy.
At the end of the presentation participants should be familiar with:
· Operative arthroscopy setup – patient, surgeon and tower positioning
· Equipment requirements
· Topographical anatomy, entry portals and sequence
· Camera and light post positioning
· Arthroscopic anatomy
Mark Glyde, BVSc, MACVSc, MVS, HDipUTL, Dip ECVS
Mark is Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at Murdoch University’s School of Veterinary Medicine and leads Murdoch’s orthopedic service. He is an Australian, European and RCVS registered specialist and Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons. He is AOVET Asia Pacific Chair and a member of the AOVET International Board. Mark is well known internationally as a surgeon having presented courses in orthopedics and arthroscopy in USA, Europe, UK, Asia, Latin America and Australia for over 20 years. His main research interests are in fracture and implant biomechanics, effects of osteotomies on stifle joint loading and injuries in agility and working dogs.