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WEBINAR : Ultrasound-guided anatomy of upper limb

The management of upper limb spasticity requires experience and skills in a range of practical aspects. To ensure safe usage and optimal treatment response with botulinum toxin therapy, target structures must be correctly localized and identified for injection. The objective of this meeting is to gain in depth anatomical knowledge of the muscles involved in upper limb spasticity. Ideally, the acquired knowledge will lead to an improvement in patient care.

Organizers :

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TUESDAY, June 01st, 2021

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Clinical aspect of upper limb spasticity - Dr. J. Jacinto

Anatomy of muscles involved in upper limb spasticity - Dr. A. Przystańska

Ultrasonography, BT injections and dissection of selected upper limb muscles - A. Drużdż, A. Przystańska

∙ brachialis, brachioradialis, biceps brachii, ∙ flexor carpi radialis, flexor carpi ulnaris , ∙ pronator teres, pronator quadratus, ∙ flexor digitorum superficialis and profundus, ∙ flexor pollicis longus, adductor pollicis

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L. Jorge Jacinto, MD

Alcoitão Medical Rehabilitation Center Alcabideche, Portugal

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Agnieszka Przystańska, Ph.D., DDS

Poznań University of Medical Sciences, Department of Oral Rehabilitation, Div...
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Artur Drużdż, M.D., Ph.D.

Neurology and Stroke Department, J. Struś Municipal Hospital in Poznań

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    The management of upper limb spasticity requires experience and skills in a range of practical aspects. To ensure safe usage and optimal treatment response with botulinum toxin therapy, target structures must be correctly localized and identified for injection. The objective of this meeting is to gain in depth anatomical knowledge of the muscles involved in upper limb spasticity. Ideally, the acquired knowledge will lead to an improvement in patient care.

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