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Pierce Hibma Anatomy Project


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Pierce Hibma Anatomy Project

  1. 1. Pierce Hibma BMS 451Gross Anatomy M4 Project
  2. 2.  FOCUSED ASSESSMENT WITH SONOGRAPHY FOR TRAUMA Provides an important initial screening examination in the trauma patient Determines the presence of pathologic pericardial or intraperitoneal free fluid, which appears as a hypoechoic or anechoic (ie, dark grey or black) collection. Utilizes four viewing positions
  3. 3.  Used to view the pericardium
  4. 4. Used to view Morison’s pouch (hepatorenalinterface).
  5. 5.  Used to view splenorenal interface.
  6. 6.  Used to obtain a view of the bladder and retrovesical structures.
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