Following a discussion of the mechanical load of the hip, Greg Wilde, MD provides a review of bony, ligamentous, and muscle anatomy. The second module focuses on the patient position, transducer selection, and the scanning techniques used to evaluate the structure of the hip. Four ScanLabs provide instruction in the scanning protocols of the lateral, posterior, and anterior hip and thigh as well as sports hernias and evaluation of the medial hip and thigh. Two modules in this hip series cover various acute and chronic pathologies that commonly occur in the hip and surrounding structures. The final module presents anatomy, technique, and pathology associated with neonatal hip ultrasound.
Module 1: Hip Anatomy, Part I
Module 2: Hip Anatomy, Part II
Module 3: ScanLab: Anterior Hip and Thigh
Module 4: ScanLab: Lateral Hip and Thigh
Module 5: Posterior Hip and Thigh
Module 6: ScanLab: Sports Hernia (Medial Hip and Thigh)
Module 7: Hip Pathology, Part I
Module 8: Hip Pathology, Part II
Module 9: Neonatal Hip Ultrasound
Viewing Time: 3 hours 23 min
Customized Review: 2 hours 33 min
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This section is approved for a maximum of 5.75 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™.