Medial patella luxation (MPL) is a common cause of orthopedic lameness in both small and large breed dogs. Cranial Cruciate Ligament rupture (CCLR) is one of the most common forms of lameness in dogs. This course is a case-based learning (CBL) style course with patient information, brief medical history, and a surgical demonstration performed by Dr. Young Joo Kim of Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital. The course is available in 2D and 3D version. 3D version is optimized for viewing on a 3D TV with 3D glasses.

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.

Subject Detail

  • Type: Dog
  • Sex: Female, Intact
  • Age : 13 years old
  • Presented for medial patellar luxation
  • Usually MPL develops when young, sudden limping is potentially a sign of further complications


Experienced Assistant Professor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Veterinary Medicine, Research, Medical Education, Animal Welfare, and Veterinary Surgery. Strong education professional with a DVM focused in Companion Animal Emergency & Surgery.

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