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Michael A. Di Pietro, MD, FAIUM
Sonography of the Pediatric Hip and Spine
Michael A. Di Pietro, MD, FAIUM
05/24/2010 | Time : 39 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Overview
Pediatric spine sonography – screening
Successful pediatric spinal canal ultrasound
US-MRI correlate
Normal anatomy
Conus medullaris tip
Conus tip
Low thoracic to cauda equina sweep
Sagittal sweep through conus
Lumbo-sacral canal
Lumbosacral junction
Mid-low lumbar canal
High lumbar
Cord oscillation
Successful spine ultrasound

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