By Mike Bradley, Paul O'Donnell
Musculoskeletal ultrasound is an more and more accepted strategy, yet really few centres adopt adequate scanning to have constructed the considered necessary point of craftsmanship and anatomical wisdom. This booklet is aimed toward the radiology trainee, the working towards radiologist with an curiosity in musculoskeletal paintings, sonographers and different clinicians in similar disciplines akin to orthopaedics and activities drugs, who're getting extra at once fascinated with ultrasound at a 'hands-on' point. It goals to supply the reader with the fundamental grounding in common ultrasound anatomy that they require with a view to be ready to determine while this anatomy is disrupted via harm and/or illness. The booklet is dependent systemically, each one anatomical niche being lined through top of the range ultrasound scans and accompanying, concise textual content. round a hundred person anatomical descriptions are incorporated in overall and the ultrasound photographs offered are a mix of axial, sagital or coronal, to top illustrate the anatomy being defined. anyplace attainable, unlabelled types of every experiment are set along anatomically labelled models for readability, and MR photos are sometimes used for comparative reasons in the course of the ebook.
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58 LS, probe longitudinal to radial aspect of elbow, patient in “praying” position Lateral humeral condyle Common extensor origin Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis Extensor digitorum Proximal Distal Radial head FIG. 59 LS, common extensor origin 51 Atlas of musculoskeletal ultrasound anatomy 52 The radiocapitellar joint and annular ligament (Figures 60–63) Annular ligament Encircles head of radius, attached to the anterior and posterior borders of the radial notch of the ulna.
28 46 50 72 82 96 27 Atlas of musculoskeletal ultrasound anatomy 28 Shoulder Acromioclavicular joint (Figures 28–30) Atypical synovial joint (articular surfaces lined with fibrocartilage), containing an incomplete articular disc. Surrounding capsule thickened superiorly to form acromioclavicular ligament. Notes Upper limb Shoulder FIG.
23 LS of axilla, arm externally rotated and abducted Deltoid muscle Axillary artery Inferior Superior Subscapularis Humeral head FIG. 24 LS of axilla 23 Atlas of musculoskeletal ultrasound anatomy FIG. 25 TS of axilla, arm externally rotated and abducted Cords of brachial plexus Axillary vein Axillary artery Subscapularis muscle Lateral Medial Humeral head hyaline cartilage FIG. 26 TS of axilla 24 Brachial plexus Chest Axillary artery Axillary vein Axilla Deltoid Coracobrachialis Subscapularis Lateral Medial Humeral head FIG.