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Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Community

The Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Community consists of professionals involved in the sonographic imaging of the musculoskeletal system.

The current community officers are Chair Nathalie Bureau MD, FRCP(C); Vice Chair Joseph Craig MB ChB; and Secretary Humberto Rosas, MD. They can be reached via e-mail at communities@aium.org

Members: 194
Latest Activity: Sep 6, 2016

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Comment by Stuart Wildman on March 14, 2016 at 5:15am

Hi all, I am an MSK Sonographer from the UK. I have recently developed an iPhone app to act as a global forum for MSKUS, and has the ability for users to download logbooks of their scans etc for audit and training.  The app is called SonoMentor and I am trying to spread the word about it. It is available on the apple app store currently here appsto.re/gb/n4ajab.i Grateful for any help!! 


Comment by AIUM on February 3, 2016 at 3:48pm

The Committee and Community meeting schedule has now been posted for the 2016 AIUM Annual Convention.

Check it out here.

Comment by Stuart Wildman on November 17, 2013 at 3:02am

Hi all, picked up a greater tuberosity fracture in clinic not long ago..referred on for plain x-ray and Ortho to confirm...have posted as a case study here..http://theultrasoundsite.co.uk/greater-tuberosity-fracture/...

Comment by Balfour, George W. on July 19, 2012 at 12:17am

Fractures are usually studied with standard ap and lateral x ray views.  We orthopedic surgeons will often add oblique or special views because of anatomy or to better view implant position.

However certain fractures can only be seen on one view, and ct scans are required to see  more detail.  For some fractures a ct scan is hard to justify because the additional expense does not much improve care.  I have seen avulsion fractures of the wrist, that we usually can only see on lateral. Until ultrasound we could never prove just were it occurred on the ap view. We did not do ct scans because conservative usually worked and the scan cost to much. However I can see these fractures with ultrasound ap scans. Now for a minimal expense We can tragulate the fracture location.  I found one fracture of Lister's tubercle on Ultrasound. I could find no prior referrence to this injury. Since it resolved spontaneously and could not be well seen on x ray I suspect no one every spent money on ct to make this diagnosis.  The Ultrasound provided information inexpensively but did not really change treatment or result. It was still fun to identify however.

George Balfour

 

Comment by DR mohamed abdelmohsen bedewi on July 18, 2012 at 5:08pm
Even if we see the fracture line by ultrasound still plain films the gold standard , however to pick a fracture by sonography is a good pickup
Comment by Robin Hurni on February 2, 2012 at 10:19pm

Has anyone demonstrated any bone fractures?  I clearly demonstrated a fracture with fluid of the 5th toe proximal head of the tarsal by longitudinal scanning.  The patient was a 23 yr old female.

Comment by AIUM on September 15, 2011 at 2:41pm

Soliciting Grant Proposals for 2012 

 

The AIUM's Endowment for Education and Research (EER) is accepting grant proposals through November 1, 2011.

 

Ultrasound researchers may apply for grants of up to $10,000 in teaching, clinical research, or basic science.

 

A list of all previously awarded grants, detailed criteria, and an application form are available on the AIUM website.

Comment by Susan Raatz Stephenson on May 15, 2011 at 12:09pm
The Donald Milburn Service Award has been established to honor those who have contributed to education in the sonography profession and have provided a valuable service to that community by designing enduring, innovative teaching methods, creative teaching technologies, or other outstanding contributions to sonography education. Individuals and teaching institutions will be considered for this award.

The nomination deadline is August 1st so go to http://www.ifser.org/awards-program/donald-milburn-service-award/ to nominate an educator.
Comment by John F. Nitsche, M.D. on July 25, 2010 at 7:12pm
Look forward to membership in MSKUS group
Comment by Steve Knight on July 22, 2010 at 2:32pm
I was told that there were new CPT codes for imaging peripheral nerves. I've always used the code for extremity non-vascular (76880). Does anybody have insight on this?
 

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