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Feline Exam Videos

Keys to a successful OA Exam of cats

Brief description of key strategies to identify OA in your feline patients

Assessment of the Cat Prior to Exam

Key questions and observations prior to physically approaching the cat

Approach to Starting the Evaluation

Discuss handling of the cat and minimising stress during the exam

Lateral Recumbency - The Hip


Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the hip

Lateral Recumbency - The Stifle

Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the stifle

Lateral Recumbency - The Elbow

Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the elbow

Lateral Recumbency - The Shoulder

Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the stifle

Lateral Recumbency - The Lumbosacral Space

Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the lumbosacral space

Standing - The Forelimb

Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the forelimb while the cat is standing

Standing - The Hindlimb

Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the hindlimb while the cat is standing

Standing- The Lumbosacral Space

Proper hand placement and skeletal landmarks to assess the lumbosacral space while the cat is standing



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