Superficial Targets Within 3cm are Ideal Targets for UHF Ultrasound
Get unparalleled image resolution across many MSK applications.
Musculoskeletal ultrasound (MSK ultrasound) involves study of the many superficial targets in the hands, wrists, feet, knees, hips, arms and shoulder regions.
Many of these areas are within the first 3 cm of the skin surface and are ideal targets for ultra high frequency ultrasound.
The Vevo MD can provide:
- Detection and monitoring of Inflammatory Arthritis through better definition of synovium and cartilage of the finger and wrist joints
- Differentiation of normal vs. inflamed tendons (Tenosynovitis)
- Visualize the “Anatomical Snuffbox”
- Carpal and Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
- Assessment of Medial Meniscus
- Assessment of Pediatric Hip Dysplasia
Imaging digital arteries in systemic sclerosis by tomographic 3-dimensional ultrasound
Ultra-High Frequency Ultrasound, A Promising Diagnostic Technique: Review of the Literature and Single-Center Experience
Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal,
Diagnostic Imaging of A2 Pulley Injuries: A Review of the Literature
Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine,
Ultra–high‐frequency ultrasound imaging of sural nerve: A comparative study with nerve biopsy in progressive neuropathies
Muscle & Nerve,
Current and future applications of ultrasound imaging in peripheral nerve disorders
World Journal of Radiology,
Ultrahigh Frequency Ultrasound Imaging of the Hand: A New Diagnostic Tool for Hand Surgery
Intraoperative evaluation of cervical nerve root avulsion using ultra–high-frequency ultrasound system
Case Reports in Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery,
Allogenic tissue-specific decellularized scaffolds promote long-term muscle innervation and functional recovery in a surgical diaphragmatic hernia model