Introduction to Ultrasound Imaging for Lumbopelvic Rehabilitation – April 3, 2021

Welcome to your Introduction to Ultrasound Imaging for Lumbopelvic Rehabilitation - April 3, 2021

If you did not receive your handout, you may view them here (which will help with your test!):  https://echogenportal.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Into-lumbopelvic-Handout_11.19.2020-REVISED.pdf

You must pass 8 out of 10 questions but do have the option to retake the test one time.

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1. 1. Which of the following are clinical applications for RUSI?
2. 2. Which of the following is NOT TRUE about the physics of ultrasound?
3. 3. For scanning the lateral abdominal wall, the ________ is the anatomic landmark while the _________ is the sonographic landmark.
4. 4. Compression, rocking, tilting and rotation are forms of _______used for ________in RUSI
5. 5. When making morphologic measurements of active movements the best technique for objectifying the start and stop of motion involves
6. 6. Which of the following is not a desired goal during RUSI of the lateral abdominal wall during active contraction
7. 7. Scanning the anterior abdominal wall is useful for observing the ________ for
8. 8. For transabdominal scanning of the pelvic floor, the ________ is the anatomic landmark while the _________ is the sonographic landmark.
9. 9. When performing Transabdominal ultrasound for the pelvic floor in the transverse plane, if a lack of lift is noted during active contraction of the PFM
10. 10. For scanning the lumbar multifidus in the sagittal plane, the ________ is the anatomic landmark while the _________ is the sonographic landmark.

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