How a Vet Treats Cruciate Ligament Tears in Dogs #infographic

How a Vet Treats Cruciate Ligament Tears in Dogs #infographic
Cranial crossbows (CCL) in dogs are comparable to that observed in livestock in the anterior crossbow (ACL). In the case of dogs. The dog CCL is a important ligament that allows the upper leg bone (femur) to bend with the decreased leg bone (tibia) properly.

Typically, tears happen when walking or running, a sudden explosion on the ligament, or age degradation continues to stress the ligament. Lateral Suture, Tibial-Plateau-Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO), and Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) are some alternatives for rising CCL tears. Through surgery, veterinarians treat tears. Before you have an operation with your dog, take the time to look for separate treatment options.

How a Vet Treats Cruciate Ligament Tears in Dogs #infographic

infographic by: thepethospitals.com

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