Ultrasound for Orthopaedics

While recently attending an Orthopaedic conference, I happened to listen to an interesting lecture on the many uses of ultrasound.

Ultrasound has been around for years but with the technological advancements, ease of use, and ultimate portability for immediate point of care (POC) applications, it only makes sense to continue to move with this non-invasive technology to further support objective data.

This article published in Becker’s Orthopedics approximately one month ago highlights many of the finer points of ultrasound and shoulder pathology.

Enjoy!

Diagnostic Shoulder Ultrasound – Becker

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