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Slow-motion footage for detecting feline osteoarthritis

Downtown Charlotte, NC

During this interview at the Fetch dvm360® conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, DABVP (Feline Practice), explained how slow-motion videos can be useful in displaying signs of cat OA.

In this dvm360® interview, Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, DABVP (Feline Practice), highlighted the advantages of using slow-motion features on your phone to identify feline osteoarthritis, plus what to be cognizant of when reviewing the footage.

View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript.

Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, DABVP (Feline Practice): One of the most important things is that cats moves so quickly. So [when they are] jumping off a counter, it's really hard to see the details. So if you use the slow-[motion] on a cell phone, you can actually capture the real motion.

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