Dr. Glennon has been asked to instruct surgeons from across the nation. He went to Las Vegas to teach a TTA-2 procedure. TTA-2 consists of an incomplete osteotomy, performed with a novel hinged saw guide and a new cage, designed to transfer shear and compression forces.
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Dr. Glennon was sponsored by KYON Veterinary Surgical Products to present at the American College of Veterinary Surgeons National Symposium in Nashville, TN.
On October 21st, Dr. Glennon was part of a small team that KYON tapped to conduct a wet lab on a surgical procedure called the Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA)-2. This full-day laboratory was designed to teach the TTA-2 technique for the treatment of cranial cruciate deficiency in dogs. The laboratory covered the biomechanical basis of Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA), the past decade of clinical experience, why TTA-2 is being pursued and thorough instruction in how to perform the technique. The course included preoperative planning using both digital and film, detailed surgical technique presentation w/ bone model and cadaver demo, a dry lab exercise with plastic bones that participants kept as an example to show clients, and a wet lab where each attendee performed the technique on a cadaver limb. Presentations included clinical experience from the surgical faculty and a summary of the clinical performance of the technique.
Dr. Glennon’s article published in the New York State Veterinary Medical Society magazine.
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