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Tara A. Morgan, MD
Ultrasound of the Lower Extremity: Muscle Pathology
Tara A. Morgan, MD
06/24/2018 | Time : 29 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses frequently seem muscle pathologies of the lower extremity. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to describe the normal muscular anatomy of the lower extremity, identify common pathologies of the muscles of the lower extremity such as intramuscular hematoma, stretch injury and muscular herniation, and list common masses and mass mimickers of the lower extremity.

Topics mentioned in this video : Normal anatomy, Muscular trauma, Blunt/direct trauma, Penetrating trauma, Masses, Mass mimics, Infiltrative processes

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