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Jon A. Jacobson, MD
Peripheral Nerve Ultrasound
Jon A. Jacobson, MD
09/18/2016 | Time : 15 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the sonographic appearance of normal nerves, as well as the appearance of entrapped nerves such as seen with carpal tunnel syndrome. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will recognize the sonographic appearance of a normal nerve, describe the sonographic appearance of nerve entrapment, and list the various nerve entrapment syndromes.

Topics mentioned in this video : Normal peripheral nerve, Nerve entrapment appearance, Nerve entrapment syndromes

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