By Mike Bradley, Paul O'Donnell
Atlas of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Anatomy presents an important grounding in common ultrasound anatomy, permitting the reader to evaluate even if anatomy is disrupted via harm or ailment. The e-book is based systematically, with all mostly imaged parts illustrated by way of top of the range ultrasound scans with accompanying concise descriptive textual content. gains of the second one version: • Over a hundred person anatomical descriptions • a variety of new pictures from the newest new release ultrasound machines • better floor anatomy diagrams indicating limb and probe optimum positions for every zone of anatomy • a variety of radiographic anatomical diagrams displaying ultrasound probe overlying the anatomical constitution for enhanced visible figuring out Atlas of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Anatomy appeals to quite a lot of practitioners who have to visualize the musculoskeletal process to diagnose accidents or find blood vessels or nerves whereas project medical systems. Radiologists, sonographers, anaesthetists, physiotherapists, rheumatologists, and orthopaedic surgeons will locate this a useful sensible reference.
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18. Surface and radiographic anatomy of the mid posterior chest wall. TS, posterior chest wall, probe on spinous process. 20 Chest wall Serratus anterior Internal and external intercostal muscles Latissimus dorsi Superior Inferior Pleura Rib Fig. 19. Surface and radiographic anatomy of the intercostal muscles. LS, postero-lateral chest wall. 21 Chapter 1: Chest and neck Axilla This pyramidal space contains important neurovascular structures (axillary vessels and the cords of the brachial plexus), and lymph nodes.
Acromioclavicular ligament Lateral Medial Acromion Articular disc Clavicle Fig. 1. Surface and radiographic anatomy of the acromioclavicular joint. LS, probe coronal, adjacent to superior aspect of joint. Arm adducted. 26 Shoulder Anterior joint capsule Superior Inferior Articular disc Fig. 2. Surface anatomy AC joint. TS, probe sagittal, overlying the AC joint space. 27 Chapter 2: Upper limb Long head of biceps It arises from the supraglenoid tubercle and adjacent glenoid labrum (biceps–labral complex) and traverses the glenohumeral joint surrounded by synovium to enter the bicipital groove.
Transverse ligament Lateral Long head of biceps tendon Greater tuberosity Medial Deltoid muscle Subscapularis tendon Lesser tuberosity Fig. 3. Surface and radiographic anatomy of the long head of biceps tendon. TS, probe transverse across superior aspect of bicipital groove. Arm adducted, hand supinated. Examination of the rotator cuff is often conducted from behind the patient. Dynamic examination for subluxation of the tendon using internal and external rotation of the glenohumeral joint. 28 Shoulder Superior Inferior Deltoid muscle Long head of biceps tendon Humeral head Floor of bicipital groove Superior Inferior Deltoid muscle Long head of biceps tendon Proximal long head biceps muscle Humerus Fig.
Atlas of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Anatomy by Mike Bradley, Paul O'Donnell