Atlantoaxial instability is an uncommon condition of dogs in which there is abnormal movement in the neck, between the atlas (first cervical vertebra) and axis (second vertebra). This instability allows abnormal bending between the two bones, which causes compression of the spinal cord. This Atlantoaxial instability cadaver surgery is performed and guided by Dr. Byung-Jae Kang of Seoul National University. The course is available in 2D and 3D versions.

This course is the part of CE certified package. You can claim the CE credits after finishing the full package course. You can buy access to the video courses individually, but it’s cheaper to buy a bundle.


Professor at Seoul National University Veterinary Medicine School (Small Animal Orthopedic & Neurosurgery). Chief of General Surgery at Daegu Animal Medical Center and Seoul National University Veterinary Hospital Orthopedic. Neurosurgery Full-time Veterinarian.

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