Pyloric Ultrasound

Indications Vomiting usually occurring occasionally at first, then progressing to occur after every feeding and becoming projectile, which is considered pathognomic for pyloric stenosis. Delayed diagnosis can lead to failure to thrive, dehydration and electrolyte disturbances. It is the most common cause of non bilious surgical vomiting in infancy. Use a high frequency linear transducer… Read More Pyloric Ultrasound

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound a Primer

  Musculoskeletal Sonography is becoming more utilized each day. We now have a certification via the ARDMS exclusively for MSK ultrasound.┬áIn no time it’ll be as common as gallbladders! It’s good to study and learn new techniques to make yourself marketable in the future of sonography and also cause learning is fun! Routinely scanned structures… Read More Musculoskeletal Ultrasound a Primer