Canine Lameness Learning Module

This is fascinating. Thanks Faye for sharing!

Canine Lameness Learning Module

About Motion Capture:
This learning module makes use of optical motion capture data. For the motion capture, reflective round markers were placed at the joints and key locations on the dogs.

Learning Objective:
1. to be able to identify patterns of movement associated with healthy gait, hip dysplasia and cranial cruciate ligament rupture.

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One Comment on “Canine Lameness Learning Module”

  1. Trevor Niemi says:

    Fortunately, the knowledge of canine hip dysplasia is growing in the dog lover community of MILLIONS. The main reason hip dysplasia is one of the top large breed killers is its nature. Hip dysplasia is degenerative — meaning it slowly deteriorates the muscles holding your dogs hip joints together.


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