Ultrasound Evaluation of the Hip Training Video is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the ultrasound evaluation of the hip. Scanning techniques/protocols, ultrasound characteristics, and diagnostic criteria are all covered.
- Joint Abnormalities: Hip Effusion, Labral Tear, Paralabral Cyst, Femoro-Acetabular Impingement, Hip Arthroplasty
- Bursal Pathology: Trochanteric Pain Syndrome, Trochanteric Bursitis, Iliopsoas Bursal Fluid
- Muscle and Tendon Injury: Acute Muscle and Tendon Injury, Tendinosis, Semimembranosus Tear, Sports Hernia, Complete Tear Adductor Longus, Rectus Femoris Tear, Calcific Tendinosis, Iliopsoas Hemorrhage
- Snapping Hip Syndrome
- Miscellaneous Pathology: Morel-Lavallée Lesion; Acute and Chronic Cellulitis
- Soft-Tissue Abscess
- Inflammatory Myositis
- Lymph node Evaluation
- Soft-Tissue Myxoma
- Soft-Tissue Sarcoma
- Outline the hip anatomy and recognize ultrasound appearance of the normal hip.
- Identify common hip pathology as seen with ultrasound.
- State the importance of dynamic ultrasound imaging of the snapping hip.
- Recognize that bursitis is uncommon in a patient with a painful trochanter.
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