CME Surgery

Ultrasound Guided Tendon Repair with dHACM Micronized Injectable

David Bernstein, DPM

David Bernstein, DPM reviews the usage of Ultrasonography as a diagnostic modality to evaluate musculoskeletal pathology. Dr Bernstein then offers a treatment protocol when pathology exists via ultrasound guided amnion-chorion allograft injections. He reviews which patients are appropriate candidates.

CPME (Credits: 0.5)

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Goals and Objectives
  1. Understand the regulatory process and properties of amnion-chorion membrane allograft.
  2. Analyze tendon pathology and treatment methods.
  3. Discuss the use of ultrasonography in the foot and ankle
  4. Explain the ultrasound guided amnion-chorion allograft injection procedure for longitudinal tendon tears.
  5. Delineate appropriate candidates for amnion-chorion allograft application for tendon pathology.
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    Release Date: 12/30/2016 Expiration Date: 12/31/2018

  • Author
  • David Bernstein, DPM

    Residency Director at Bryn Mawr Hospital
    Chief of Podiatry Department at Main Line Health Systems
    Wayne, PA

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