Gulfcoast Ultrasound Evaluation of Shoulder Pathology (Videos+PDFs)
- Format: 1 Video File (.mp4 format) + 1 PDF file.
YOU WILL GET THE COURSE VIA LIFETIME DOWNLOAD LINK (FAST SPEED) AFTER PAYMENT
Ultrasound Evaluation of Shoulder Pathology
Ultrasound Evaluation of Shoulder Pathology Training Video is designed to provide an introduction and review into the characteristics associated with commonly seen shoulder pathology such as rotator cuff tears and miscellaneous pathology.
Video Length: 71 minutes
- Increase the participant’s knowledge to better perform and/or interpret MSK ultrasound examinations
- Recognize ultrasound characteristics associated with commonly seen shoulder pathology
- Apply diagnostic criteria to evaluate shoulder pathology using ultrasound techniques
- Increase confidence to incorporate protocols, techniques & interpretation criteria to improve shoulder diagnostic/treatment accuracy
Physicians, PA’s, sonographers and other medical professionals who will be involved with performing and/or interpreting MSK ultrasound examinations. Physicians may include (but is not limited to) PM&R, orthopedic, sports medicine, rheumatology, pain management, primary care, internal medicine, and radiology.
The Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This course also meets CME/CEU requirements for ARDMS. Note: While offering the CME credit hours noted above, activities are not intended to provide extensive training or certification for exam performance or interpretation.
- Rotator cuff tears, abnormalities
- Supraspinatus and insertion partial thickness tears
- Articular partial-thickness tears
- Bursal partial-thickness tears
- Large full-thickness tears,
- Massive full-thickness tears
- Intrasubstance tears
- Fatty infiltration and muscle atrophy
- Tendon volume loss
- Joint and bursal effusions
- Secondary findings of rotator cuff tears
- Pitfalls in rotator cuff sonography
- Other miscellaneous cuff pathology