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Ultrasound imaging simulation module
anatomyupper bodyweb-based

ultrasound imaging simulation module
ultrasound imaging simulation module
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Characteristics

Procedure
for ultrasound imaging
Application
anatomy
Form
upper body
Technology
web-based

Description

This module teaches you how to prepare for and perform an ultrasound examination of the retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall. This type of ultrasound is commonly performed to assess the organs in the abdominal cavity, such as the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys. Including both Learn and Test modes, the online simulator offers three clinical scenarios, including normal and pathological cases, and tests your ability to perform an ultrasound of the retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall. Practice the steps of the procedure online as often as you want, until you feel confident. Indications for ultrasound of the retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall Identify the anatomy of the retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall Distinguish potential spaces for fluid collections in the abdominal and pelvic retroperitoneum Retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall protocol Transducer positions Scan planes Identify and obtain sonographic images of the retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall Explain and demonstrate the use of breathing techniques to obtain optimal sonographic images of the retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall Identify and obtain images of the retroperitoneum, peritoneal cavity, and abdominal wall Describe and identify pathologies of the retroperitoneum Describe and identify abnormalities of the peritoneal cavity and abdominal wall

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