Ultrasonography of the shoulder: normal and pathological aspects, and interest of interventional procedures

Dr Fabrice MICHELa, Dr Alexandre CREUZEb

a Service de Médeine Physique et Réadaptation CHRU Jean Minjoz, Besançon, b Service de Médecine Physique et Réadaptation, CHU de Bordeaux

Workshop Title: Ultrasound of the shoulder: normal aspects, pathological and place interventional procedures
Responsible for the workshop: Dr. Fabrice MICHEL
Speakers: Dr Fabrice Michel, Dr. Alexandre CREUZE
Workshop Description:
- Overview: The shoulder pain is a common request for consultation in daily practice. An accurate clinical diagnosis must be made. Ultrasound extends the clinical examination to confirm or correct diagnosis.
Therapeutic monitoring can be discussed with ultrasound as pathologies.In addition to interventional procedures can be performed under ultrasound guidance for optimizing therapeutic management.
-Educational objectives: To show interest in the practice of ultrasound around a painful area frequently encountered in attendance.To parallel the functional anatomy of data and ultrasound images. Addressing interventional procedures focused on joint, tendon and nerve pathologies.

- Necessary knowledge: anatomical landmarks of the shoulder region
Material: Ultrasound
- Normal images and joint and tendon disease
- Presentation of clinical cases to discuss interventional procedures
Public: students or Doctors of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Workshop Level: beginner
Maximum number of participants (maximum 30 to 35 participants per workshop)
Language: French

Keywords : shoulder, ultrasonography, interventional procedures