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Inguinal Region - Inguinal Hernia - Long axis USG image through the right inguinal canal. The indirect inguinal hernia (arrows) emerges lateral to the inferior epigastric vessels (IEV) through the deep ring (crosses), passing over the vessels and down the canal toward the superficial ring. This is the perfect location to assess for the presence of an indirect inguinal hernia. A controlled Valsalva maneuver is performed with split/dual screen before and after comprassion images is essential

Inguinal Region - Inguinal Hernia - Long axis USG image through the right inguinal canal. The indirect inguinal hernia (arrows) emerges lateral to the inferior epigastric vessels (IEV) through the deep ring (crosses), passing over the vessels and down the canal toward the superficial ring. This is the perfect location to assess for the presence of an indirect inguinal hernia. A controlled Valsalva maneuver is performed with split/dual screen before and after comprassion images is essential

Wrist - Carpal tunnel compression syndrome - with narrowing of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel

Wrist - Carpal tunnel compression syndrome - with narrowing of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel

Anatomy - Hip Joint - Congenital hip dislocation ultrasound angles

Anatomy - Hip Joint - Congenital hip dislocation ultrasound angles

Anatomy - Finger - Annular Pulleys - Side (top) and bottom (bottom) views of a finger. The annular pulleys (A1, A2, A3, A4, and A5) keep the tendons close to the bone. The thin, pliable cruciate pulleys (C1, C2, and C3) collapse to allow the finger to bend.

Anatomy - Finger - Annular Pulleys - Side (top) and bottom (bottom) views of a finger. The annular pulleys (A1, A2, A3, A4, and A5) keep the tendons close to the bone. The thin, pliable cruciate pulleys (C1, C2, and C3) collapse to allow the finger to bend.

Anatomy - Inguinal Region - Deep Inguinal Ring - This is a long axis view through the right inguinal canal, inferior to Figure 3, oriented parallel to the inguinal ligament. The deep inguinal ring (arrowheads) is a hypoechoic defect in the posterior wall of the inguinal canal immediately lateral to the inferior epigastric vessels.

Anatomy - Inguinal Region - Deep Inguinal Ring - This is a long axis view through the right inguinal canal, inferior to Figure 3, oriented parallel to the inguinal ligament. The deep inguinal ring (arrowheads) is a hypoechoic defect in the posterior wall of the inguinal canal immediately lateral to the inferior epigastric vessels.

Anatmony - Inguinal Region - Inguinal Hernia and Hasselbach's Triangle

Anatmony - Inguinal Region - Inguinal Hernia and Hasselbach's Triangle

Anatomy - Inguinal Region - Superior Aspect of Inguinal Canal - Transverse USG image. The inferior epigastric vessels have emerged from the right rectus abdominis and are traveling posterolaterally toward their origin. A soft tissue bulge (arrowheads) is seen deep to the rectus, representing the superior aspect of the inguinal canal.

Anatomy - Inguinal Region - Superior Aspect of Inguinal Canal - Transverse USG image. The inferior epigastric vessels have emerged from the right rectus abdominis and are traveling posterolaterally toward their origin. A soft tissue bulge (arrowheads) is seen deep to the rectus, representing the superior aspect of the inguinal canal.

Inguinal Region - Femoral Hernia - The SFJ is the landmark used to assess for a femoral hernia - A controlled Valsalva maneuver is performed, normally resulting in distension of the femoral vein with increased intra-abdominal pressure. In contrast, a femoral hernia descends from above, causing a soft tissue bulge medial to the femoral vein, which is compressed - (A) was taken at rest and (B) during Valsalva.

Inguinal Region - Femoral Hernia - The SFJ is the landmark used to assess for a femoral hernia - A controlled Valsalva maneuver is performed, normally resulting in distension of the femoral vein with increased intra-abdominal pressure. In contrast, a femoral hernia descends from above, causing a soft tissue bulge medial to the femoral vein, which is compressed - (A) was taken at rest and (B) during Valsalva.

Inguinal Region - Direct Inguinal Hernia - Transverse USG image of a right direct inguinal hernia (arrows) arising medial to the inferior epigastric vessels (IEV) and deep ring

Inguinal Region - Direct Inguinal Hernia - Transverse USG image of a right direct inguinal hernia (arrows) arising medial to the inferior epigastric vessels (IEV) and deep ring

Lymph Nodes - Features of Malignancy

Lymph Nodes - Features of Malignancy


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