Fusion Wedge & DT Plate

Instrumention Kits

Fusion TTA Kit


Insertion tool

Canine cruciate ligament injury

Rupture of the canine cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) is the most common orthopaedic problem seen in veterinary practice. The CCL in dogs is a band of tough fibrous tissue that attaches the femur to the tibia, thereby preventing the knee joint from over-extending or rotating. Trauma to this ligament in dogs is usually caused by the slow degeneration over time, which can trigger a cascade of events resulting in knee pain and lameness.

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Tibial tuberosity advancement

One routine surgical procedure for CCL repair is tibial tuberosity advancement (TTA), involving a cut being created in the tibia to allow a change in geometry in such a way that the CCL is no longer necessary to maintain stability.

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