Canine cruciate ligament surgery becoming more common

11/13/2012 | WHO-TV (Des Moines, Iowa)

Anterior cruciate ligament rupture occurs in canine knees and is similar to the injury sustained by humans. The condition can be corrected with surgery that is becoming increasingly common for dogs. At Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, surgeons perform roughly 300 such surgeries yearly.

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