An authoritative, knowledgeable tone used by a medical professional (veterinarian) teaching to students. Direct, matter-of-fact tone, demanding respect and attention.
English (North American)
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American, US General American (GenAm), US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes)
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the two ligaments in the canine stifle cross each other and are thus called the cruciate ligaments. The first runs from the back of the femur to the front of the tibia and is the cranial cruciate ligament. The coddle cruciate ligament runs from the front of the femur to the back of the tibia. Both cruciate ligaments are vital to hinge joint function of the stifle joint. They assist with Stifel Alignment, and the cranial cruciate ligament in particular, prevents internal rotation of the stifle forward displacement of the tibia and hyperextension.