Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Technical Guidelines VI

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Technical Guidelines VI.Ankle Ian Beggs, UK Stefano Bianchi, Switzerland Angel Bueno, Spain Michel Cohen, France Michel Court-Payen, Denmark Andrew Grainger, UK Franz Kainberger, Austria Andrea Klauser, Austria Carlo Martinoli, Italy Eugene McNally, UK Philip J. O’Connor, UK Philippe Peetrons, Belgium…

Sonographic anatomy of the ankle

Aug 03, 2013 · Ultrasonography is now the imaging method of choice for the study of traumatic distortion of capsule-ligament structures of the ankle, as well as for degenerative, inflammatory, and traumatic lesions of the ankle tendons [1, 2]. Apart from these indications, ultrasound can also be useful for identifying joint effusions and unrecognized ...Cited by: 17…

Foot and Ankle Ultrasounds: Your Complete Guide

How Does Foot and Ankle Ultrasound Work? The term ultrasound refers to sounds whose frequencies are so high that they are out of the range of human hearing. In all other respects, ultrasound waves are no different from ordinary sound. Ultrasound works by focusing these high-frequency sound waves on the area the doctor wishes to examine.…

Ultrasound of ankle and foot: overuse and sports injuries.

Sports and overuse injuries of the ankle and foot are commonly encountered in clinical practice. Ultrasound (US) has been established as an excellent diagnostic modality for foot and ankle injuries, providing a rapid noninvasive, economical, and readily available tool that is well tolerated by the patient with acute or chronic pain.Cited by: 60…

normal ankle ultrasound how to

Ultrasound is essentially used for the external structures of the ankle. Ultrasound is a valuable diagnostic tool in assessing the following indications; Muscular, tendinous and ligamentous damage (chronic and acute) Bursitis Joint effusion Vascular pathology Haematomas Soft tissue masses such as ganglia, lipomas Classification of a mass eg ...…