Grade III Medial Patellar Luxation
Patient presented with pain on hind right leg and could not put any weight on it.
After orthopedical examination Grade III Medial Patellar Luxation was diagnosed, which means the kneecap tends to stay out of place most of the time.
Surgery was performed and the kneecap was secured back to its place.
Ingestion of a foreign body
Patient had come to the vets due to persistant vomiting , anorexia and depression.
Abdominal pain was detected upon palpation, and the posture of the patient made him seem very uncomfortable.
A radiograph was taken showing foreign object in small intestine (rubber bouncy ball).