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Beverly G. Coleman, MD, FACR
The Fetal MSK System: Watch the Hands and Feet
Beverly G. Coleman, MD, FACR
03/26/2017 | Time : 28 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the importance of imaging the fetal hands and feet to assist in diagnosing musculoskeletal disorders, syndromes and aneuploidy. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to understand the importance of evaluating the fetal hands and feet on detailed obstetrical ultrasound examinations, comprehend examples of the normal and abnormal anatomy visible with current ultrasound technology and consider how an organized approach to the hand/foot examination can assist in diagnosing musculoskeletal disorders, syndromes and aneuploidy

Topics mentioned in this video : Scan approach, What we can see and when, Pitfalls, Limb reduction anomalies, Abnormal size, Alignment abnormalities, Limb reduction defects

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