MSUS

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AcronymDefinition
MSUSMissouri State University, Springfield
MSUSMusculoskeletal Ultrasound
MSUSMichael Servetus Unitarian Society (Fridley, MN)
MSUSMicrosoft Software Update Services
MSUSMinnesota State University System
MSUSMedieval Studies Undergraduate Society (University of Toronto; Toronto, Canada)
MSUSMaster of Science in Urban Studies
MSUSMarine Science Undergraduate Society (University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC)
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Sites of inflammation in painful rheumatoid shoulder assessed by musculoskeletal ultrasound and power Doppler sonography.
Impact of musculoskeletal ultrasound disease activity assessment on early rheumatoid arthritis patients treated using a treat to target strategy.
Musculoskeletal ultrasound was conducted by a qualified musculoskeletal ultrasound specialist.
Neither musculoskeletal ultrasound nor MRI showed bursitis but did show evidence of injected silicone.
Barron, "Trauma musculoskeletal ultrasound," Emergency Radiology, vol.
A single sonographer performed the musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Resident-perceived benefit of a diagnostic and interventional musculoskeletal ultrasound curriculum: a multifaceted approach using independent study, peer teaching, and interdisciplinary collaboration.
ACR Practice Guideline for the Performance of the Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Examination.
Travelling down from Leeds will be sports medicine doctor, Dr James Brown who is currently working with Northern Ballet, British Triathlon and British Diving, will be presenting on musculoskeletal ultrasound in sports medicine, alongside Cardiff consultant orthopaedic surgeon Mr Alywyn Jones and consultant musculoskeletal radiologist Dr Kathleen Lyons, who is also based in Cardiff.
A number of clinical ultrasonographers including the first author of this report have (during musculoskeletal ultrasound conducted for reasons of injury evaluation) noticed the presence of echogenic circular "bead" shaped calcifications in the arterial wall (intimamedia space) of the peripheral lower limb arteries in runners.
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