Part II of Hip Anatomy focuses on the scanning technique used to evaluate tendons, muscles, fascia, bursae, nerves, vessels, and the joint of the hip by a systematic interrogation of the anterior, lateral, medial, and posterior compartments. Transducer selection and patient positioning are discussed with sonographic images detailing proper probe placement and protocol. In conclusion, hamstring anatomy and sciatic nerve identification are covered.
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