Elbow dysplasia in cats

Elbow dysplasia is a condition of dogs only.

Front leg lameness is very commonly associated with cat bite abscess.


If your cat is showing signs of lameness, you might want to read the following articles:


The closest disease to elbow dysplasia in cats may be medial humeral epicondylitis (MHE). This is a very rare disease that occurs when mineral deposits develop around the elbow joint. Nerve compression can occur when large quantities of mineral deposits accumulate. These deposits may cause severe pain and often surgery is necessary.


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