MusculoskeletalSuperficial targets within 3 cm are Ideal Targets for UHF Ultrasound
High Frequency Musculoskeletal Ultrasound For Clinical 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 unparalleled image resolution in the following MSK applications:
- 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
Below: Median Nerve - Cross section of the nerve bundle imaged using the Vevo MD and UHF 70 Transducer. Visit Gallery to see more images.
Left: Median Nerve - Cross section of the nerve bundle imaged using the Vevo MD and UHF 70 Transducer. Visit Gallery to see more images.
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