Miguel graduated from the University of Barcelona (Spain) in 2007. After a year working in a referral emergency centre in Barcelona, he moved to the UK in July 2008 where he undertook the surgical internship at Fitzpatrick Referrals, gaining extensive experience in all aspects of small animal orthopaedic and neurosurgery. Following his interest in small animal surgery, he moved to Cambridge to take up the one-year junior training scholarship at the University of Cambridge.
Miguel has completed a three-year European College of Veterinary Surgeons approved residency program in small animal surgery and became a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons in February 2015. Miguel’s interests lie in the management of canine cervical spinal disease and in the treatment of humeral intracondylar fissures in the canine.
Cervical Distraction – Stabilization Using an Intervertebral Spacer Screw and String-of Pearl (SOP™) Plates in 16 Dogs With Disc-Associated Wobbler Syndrome
Miguel A. Solano, Noel Fitzpatrick, Judith Bertran:
Predictive variables for complications after TPLO with stifle inspection by arthrotomy in 1000 consecutive dogs.
Noel Fitzpatrick, Miguel Angel Solano:
Use of an ex vivo canine ventral slot model to test the efficacy of a piezoelectric cutting tool for decompressive spinal surgery
Mike Farrell, Miguel Angel Solano, Noel Fitzpatrick, Jelena Jovanovic:
Sliding Humeral Osteotomy: Medium‐Term Objective Outcome Measures and Reduction of Complications With a Modified Technique
Noel Fitzpatrick, Judith Bertran, Miguel Angel Solano:
Bi‐Oblique Dynamic Proximal Ulnar Osteotomy in Dogs: Reconstructed Computed Tomographic Assessment of Radioulnar Congruence over 12 weeks
Noel Fitzpatrick, Alex Caron, Miguel Angel Solano:
Locking plate and screw fixation after tibial plateau leveling osteotomy reduces postoperative infection rate in dogs over 50 kg
Miguel Angel Solano, Alan Danielski, Karla Kovach, Noel Fitzpatrick, Mike Farrell:
Does Radiographic Arthrosis Correlate With Cartilage Pathology in Labrador Retrievers Affected by Medial Coronoid Process Disease?
Mike Farrell, Jane Heller, Miguel Angel Solano, Noel Fitzpatrick, Tim Sparrow, Mike Kowaleski: