By Mike Bradley, Paul O'Donnell
Atlas of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Anatomy presents a necessary grounding in general ultrasound anatomy, allowing the reader to evaluate even if anatomy is disrupted via damage or disorder. The publication is established systematically, with all normally imaged parts illustrated by means of prime quality ultrasound scans with accompanying concise descriptive textual content. gains of the second one version: • Over a hundred person anatomical descriptions • various new photographs from the newest new release ultrasound machines • better floor anatomy diagrams indicating limb and probe optimum positions for every quarter of anatomy • a variety of radiographic anatomical diagrams displaying ultrasound probe overlying the anatomical constitution for greater visible knowing Atlas of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Anatomy appeals to quite a lot of practitioners who have to visualize the musculoskeletal procedure to diagnose accidents or find blood vessels or nerves whereas venture scientific methods. Radiologists, sonographers, anaesthetists, physiotherapists, rheumatologists, and orthopaedic surgeons will locate this a useful sensible reference.
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This can be performed either from the front or back. Shoulder Trapezius Clavicle Posterior Anterior Supraspinatus Fig. 9. Surface and radiographic anatomy of supraspinatus muscle. TS, probe medial to AC joint. 35 Chapter 2: Upper limb Coracoacromial ligament Lateral Acromion process Deltoid muscle Medial Coracoid process Fig. 10. Surface and radiographic anatomy of coracoacromial ligament. LS, probe longitudinal to ligament (transverse oblique to shoulder), with shoulder neutral. Dynamic assessment of the subacromial bursa relative to the ligament can also be useful for evaluation of impingement.
43 Chapter 2: Upper limb Biceps muscle Lateral Medial Musculocutaneous nerve Coracobrachialis muscle Fig. 17. Surface anatomy of upper arm. TS, probe transverse to anterior aspect of arm. 44 Arm Brachial artery Anterior Medial head of triceps muscle Radial nerve / neurovascular bundle Posterior Long head of triceps muscle Humerus Fig. 18. Surface anatomy medial arm. TS, probe transverse to medial aspect of arm, level of mid-humerus. 45 Chapter 2: Upper limb Posterior Lateral Medial Lateral head of triceps muscle Radial nerve, deep brachial artery (posterior cutaneous nerve of arm) Brachialis Anterior Humerus Fig.
TS, axilla over humeral head and axillary artery. 24 Axilla Coracobrachialis Axillary artery Axillary vein Lateral Pectoralis major Medial Humeral head Latissimus dorsi Fig. 23. Surface and radiographic anatomy of the axilla. TS, panorama axilla. 25 Chapter 2 Upper limb Shoulder Acromioclavicular joint Atypical synovial joint (articular surfaces lined with fibrocartilage), containing an incomplete articular disc. Surrounding capsule thickened superiorly to form acromioclavicular ligament. Acromioclavicular ligament Lateral Medial Acromion Articular disc Clavicle Fig.
Atlas of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Anatomy by Mike Bradley, Paul O'Donnell