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PART II – New Paradigms for Ultrasound: Assessing Peripheral Nerves

NEW PARADIGMS FOR ULTRASOUND: ASSESSING PERIPHERAL NERVES

CONTINUED FROM PART I

jamie-blog2_bOur last blog discussed the gradual ascendancy of ultrasound /sonographic evaluation(s) within the field of musculoskeletal anatomy, and more specifically in assessing pathologies for peripheral nerves.  This material was presented earlier this year at the 2019 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) Annual Convention.

We covered the rapid technological improvements over the past 4-5 years, and briefly Continue reading

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New Paradigms for Ultrasound: Assessing Peripheral Nerves

NEW PARADIGMS FOR ULTRASOUND: ASSESSING PERIPHERAL NERVES

nerve2Pegasus Lectures’ President Frank Miele invited me to guest-blog a recap of my presentation at the  2019 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) Annual Convention.  The topic was The Role of Ultrasound in Locating and Assessing Peripheral Nerves, and this discussion harmonizes well with Frank’s previous posts on ‘New Paradigms for Ultrasound’.

As Frank has emphasized, there are advances in ultrasound technology that will Continue reading

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Semi- Interactive (and partially confusing) Console Questions

SEMI-INTERACTIVE (and partially confusing) CONSOLE QUESTIONS

Earlier this year, I discussed a statistical analysis Pegasus Lectures performed, based on anonymized practice-exams collected from individuals and institutions over the past decade.  Of keen interest to students, college instructors and program directors was which types of questions Continue reading

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