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Jon A. Jacobson, MD
Post-operative Imaging
Jon A. Jacobson, MD
03/10/2019 | Time : 27 min
About This Lecture:

The speak discusses the appearance of post-operative change in the MSK system as well as common post-operative complications. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to review the expected post-operative appearances of joints, tendons and ligaments as well as review post- operative complications such as tendon re-tear, infection and nerve injury.

Topics mentioned in this video : Post-operative shoulder, Post-operative shoulder complications, Post-operative elbow, Post-operative wrist, Post-operative hip, Post-operative hip complications, Post-operative ankle

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Keywords : anterior talofibular ligament tear, biceps brachii tendon, biceps tendon tenodesis, biceps tendon, carpal tunnel, De Quervain, extensor hallucis, flexor hallucis, gossypiboma, nerve entrapment, nerve transposition, radial nerve, rotator cuff tear, rotator cuff ultrasound, shoulder arthroplasty, Tenosynovitis, textiloma, tibialis posterior tear, total hip arthroplasty, transection neuroma, ulnar nerve, ulnar, Wartenberg syndrome

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