Dynamic ultrasound in the evaluation of patients with suspected slipping rib syndrome

@article{VanTassel2019DynamicUI,
  title={Dynamic ultrasound in the evaluation of patients with suspected slipping rib syndrome},
  author={Dane Van Tassel and Lisa E. McMahon and Monique C. Riemann and Kevin Wong and Craig E. Barnes},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={48},
  pages={741-751}
}
ObjectiveSlipping rib syndrome (SRS) affects adolescents and young adults. [] Key Method It is our intent to describe the development of a reproducible protocol for imaging in patients with SRS.Materials and MethodsRetrospective review of suspected SRS patients from March 2017 to April 2018. A total of 46 patients were evaluated. Focused history and imaging was performed at the site of pain. Images of the ribs were obtained in the parasagittal plane at rest and with dynamic maneuvers.

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