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The EDE 2 Course MSK EDE – Joint effusions
Ankle EDE Joint effusion Dx Tap guidance
Probe selection Linear Endocavitary
Video of probe sliding along shin
PROBE TIBIA TALUS SOFT TISSUE CEPHALADCAUDAD SHADOWING
Video of screen as ankle joint approached
EDE - You’re done CLINICAL SUSPICION RULES!
EDE + Static vs. Dynamic
But first… Identify and mark the anterior tibial artery
SOFT TISSUE PROBE RIGHTLEFT ANT TIBIAL ART
Video of ant tib art
PROBE SOFT TISSUE TIBIA SHADOWING TALUS FOOT
TIBIA TALUS FOOT SHADOWING SOFT TISSUE PROBE
TIBIA TALUS FOOT SHADOWING SOFT TISSUE PROBE
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Linear probe advantages Higher frequency Less awkward
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