By R. Graf, S. Scott, K. Lercher, F. Baumgartner, A. Benaroya
This ebook is a practice-oriented handbook educating the winning exam strategy constructed and taught via the writer often called "Graf's technique". The publication is predicated at the author's adventure of greater than twenty years. you will learn and offers a true "hands-on" handbook giving various sensible tips. The ebook contains the basics of hip sonography, static in addition to dynamic recommendations, anatomical id of the echograms, typing, a size procedure and value cost. The ebook additionally includes an atlas together with a precis of the fundamental facts and demonstrating right and mistaken sonograms in several adaptations.
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7). In the proximal portion of the hyaline cartilage acetabular roof, between Fig. 6. 5 Differentiation Between Ossification and Degeneration the proximal perichondrium and the ilium, extra echoes can be found that are artefacts (reverberations) and not structural alterations in the hyaline cartilage. The hyaline cartilage acetabular roof can only be called “echogenic” if the entire hyaline cartilage roof is affected. This is especially important in differentiating type IIIa and type IIIb. During the process of dislocation with the displacement of the cartilaginous acetabular roof, the proximal perichondrium and the adjacent rectus tendon are compressed.
1 Type I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Type II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Type III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Type IV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Differentiation Between Ossification and Degeneration . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Ossification . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Structural Disorder (Degeneration) . . 3 How to Assess Echogenicity in the Hyaline Cartilage Acetabular Roof . . . 36 32 5 Definition of Types The ultrasound typing correlates with the pathological changes in the hip joint rather than with the height of the dislocated femoral head.
Previously decentred joints: (“secondary dysplasia”) hips that have been treated and have become a type I should be followed up radiologically until the end of growth. For unknown reasons, disorders of growth can occur later. An initially “healed” joint may later develop a secondary dysplasia. Answer: When there is: 1. A neuromuscular abnormality: This results in an imbalance of muscular forces on the hip joint. These forces affect the growth of the socket enormously. With pathological muscle tension the balance of forces in the hip joint An explanation for this phenomenon is partial damage to the chondro-osseous border of the acetabular roof during head displacement.