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Mnemonics and Metaphorical Videos for Teaching/Learning Musculoskeletal Sonoanatomy

Publication Date Aug 9, 2022

Abstract

Musculoskeletal ultrasonography, despite various advantages, is a user-dependent modality. There are several approaches to facilitate the learning process of novice sonographers, e.g., on-site courses, textbooks, and online lectures. However, the need for specific (sono)anatomy knowledge can be an obstacle, particularly in the beginning. With the aim of helping novice sonographers understand and retain topographic (sono)anatomy, we have prepared this article which, follows a modern approach to teaching known as ´entertainment education´. It consists of images, schematic drawings, and multimedia videos that provide a simple, visual explanation accompanied by auditory content.

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Novice Sonographers On-site Courses Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography Entertainment Education Auditory Content Schematic Drawings Online Lectures Multimedia Videos Anatomy Knowledge Process Of Lectures

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