By Enzo Silvestri, Alessandro Muda (auth.), Enzo Silvestri, Alessandro Muda, Luca Maria Sconfienza (eds.)
The e-book offers a complete description of the ultrasound anatomy of the musculoskeletal process and transparent advice at the method. Ultrasound photos are coupled with anatomic photographs explaining probe positioning and scanning process for a few of the joints of the musculoskeletal approach: shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist, hip, knee, foot, and ankle. for every joint there's additionally a quick clarification of standard anatomy in addition to an inventory of methods and assistance and recommendation on the way to practice the ultrasound test in medical perform. This ebook should be a very good useful educating advisor for rookies and an invaluable reference for more matured sonographers.
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The extensor digitorum is a superficial muscle lying in the posterior-lateral compartment of the forearm. It arises from the posterior side of the lateral epicondyle, the radial collateral ligament, the annular ligament and the antebrachial fascia. At the middle third of the forearm, it splits into three bundles: the lateral separates into two tendons, while the others 4 Wrist continue with one tendon each. The fourth extensor compartment also contains a part of the myotendinous junctions of these tendons.
1 First Compartment The first compartment contains the abductor pollicis longus (radial) and extensor pollicis brevis (ulnar) tendons (Fig. 11). The position of tendons contained in the first compartment can be easily detected by 51 visual inspection, as they form the radial edge of the anatomical snuff box (Fig. 12a). The wrist must be kept in an intermediate position between pronation and supination and the probe must be placed on the lateral side of radial styloid (Fig. 12b). The retinaculum contains the two tendons (Fig.
The patient must be asked to pronate and supinate the forearm to correctly assess the radial head and the annular ligament (Fig. 14b). The annular ligament takes part in passive stabilization of the elbow joint; it arises from the anterior edge of the radial notch of ulna, coursing around the radial neck, and inserts on the posterior edge of the radial notch. Fig. 10 Position of the elbow to evaluate the lateral compartment Fig. 11 Anatomical scheme of the common extensor tendon. ECU, extensor carpi ulnaris; *, extensor digiti quinti; EDC, extensor digitorum communis; ECRB, extensor carpi radialis brevis 36 3 Elbow Fig.