Muscle and Tendon injuries - what can we miss on our orthopaedic exam and how can we treat them

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Muscle and Tendon injuries - what can we miss on our orthopaedic exam and how can we treat them

Duration: 0:41 h
Speaker: Eva Schnabl-Feichter
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This interactive webinar will give the participant an overview of common muscle and tendon injuries. Furthermore, contracture of the semitendinosis, gracilis, infraspinatus and quadriceps muscle will be discussed. Attendees will learn about pathophysiology, clinical symptoms and gait abnormalities caused by those injuries. Therefore, videos of dogs will be shown and together analysed. Conservative and surgical treatment options, possible complications and prognosis will be thought. After the lecture the participant will be able to distinguish gait abnormalities due to tendon and muscle injuries from other causes of lameness.

In case you have missed this webinar, you have the opportunity to watch a recorded version here.

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Eva Schnabl-Feichter

Dr Eva Schnabl-Feichter Dipl. ECVS

Eva Schnabl-Feichter studied Veterinary medicine at the Veterinary University in Vienna and qualified in 2002. After her studies she worked in private practice in England for one year. During her stay in England she finished her doctoral thesis about Tibial plateau angle measurements in Cats under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Lorinson. In 2003 Eva started an internship and completed a residency in small animal surgery under the supervision of Prof. Ulrike Matis and Prof. Roberto Köstlin at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich/Germany. In 2010 she became a Diplomate ECVS and worked between 2010 and 2013 with Dr. Günter Schwarz at the Tierklinik Hollabrunn as senior surgeon. In 2013 she returned to the Veterinary University in Vienna/Austria to be team leader in small animal orthopaedics. Eva is part of the faculty of the AO and member of VOS and ESVOT. Her research interest focuses on traumatology, cranial cruciate disease and feline gait analysis.

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