A cranial cruciate ligament tear in a dog's leg. My dog, Lulu the beagle, recently had surgery for this and is recovering. 5 things every dog owner should know about dogs, pain, a ligament tear and your pet's health.
An MCL, or medial collateral ligament, tear is usually caused by excessive twisting and/or a blow to the side of the knee and is accompanied by swelling, instability and severe pain in the inside of the knee. MCL injuries are most common in contact sports such as basketball and football but may also occur gradually as an overuse injury. The...
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear: What Happens When We Don't Fix a Torn ACL?