myAO VET clinical case roundup on shoulder instability in dogs 
Shoulder instability (SI) is one of the most common causes of front leg lameness in dogs. SI describes a wide range of soft tissue injuries to the ligaments, tendons and muscles of the shoulder. It affects all sizes and breeds of dogs. 

In this month's VET clinical case roundup, myAO is featuring the VET winning case of the Christmas clinical case competition from Dr. Lorenzo Pillin, a surgeon from the Netherlands, and member of the Small animal fracture treatment group, along with a compilation of knowledge references on the topic.

We invite you to review this interesting clinical case and hope that you will find this knowledge update useful.   
Featured case on shoulder instability in dogs
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Relevant videos on shoulder instability in dogs
Shoulder Arthrodesis -3.5 LC-DCP
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Recommended publications on shoulder instability in dogs  
Comparison of classic and needle arthroscopy to diagnose canine medial shoulder instability: 31 cases.
Can Vet J, May 1, 2021
von Pfeil DJF, Megliola S, Horstman C, Tan D, Glassman M Read more

Treatment of Medial Shoulder Joint Instability by Stabilization with an Arthroscopically Guided Prosthetic Ligament: A Cadaveric Feasibility Study in Dogs.
Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol, Mar 4, 2022
Llido M, Livet V, Carozzo C, Viguier É, Cachon T Read more
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