Musculoskeletal ultrasound with Clarius Scanners

Clear and detailed imaging for a confident diagnosis

Getting detailed, real-time ultrasound images of muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons and cartilage at rest and in motion has never been easier or more affordable.  Using the same high-powered imaging technology as the best cart-based system in a compact form, Clarius HD ultrasound scanners show you the fine details you need to quickly investigate an area of concern.

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Physio MSKUS Specialist

Greg Fritz, PT, DPT, RMSK

I recently had the privilege to test the new Clarius L15 Scanner. I am blown away by the image quality that can be obtained from this non-tethered, WiFi scanner.

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See how Clarius compares with a high-end cart based system for musculoskeletal ultrasound

Common Applications of an MSK Ultrasound Exam

Issues that are commonly evaluated and diagnosed by an MSK ultrasound exam include:

  • bursitis,
  • tears to ligaments, muscle and tendons,
  • bleeding in muscles or joints,
  • a sprained angle,
  • carpal tunnel syndrome,
  • arthritis,
  • soft tissue masses,
  • ganglion cysts

Ultrasound-guided injections with Needle Enhance

Compact and without wires to get in your way, Clarius scanners are also ideal for ultrasound-guided injections. Add Clarius Needle Enhance option on Clarius L7 and L15 scanners to see your needle clearly in tissue.

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See the Difference Great Image Quality Makes

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L15 HD

High Frequency Linear

Choose the L15 if you’re primarily interested in seeing exceptional detail while performing superficial exams.

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L7 HD

Linear

Choose the L7 if you’re performing deep and superficial procedures.

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C3 HD

Curvelinear

The C3 is more suitable for examining deeper structures including hips, piriformis and lower back.

Reimbursement Information for Clinical Ultrasound Exams in the United States

Download our quick reference guide of 2019 CPT codes and payment amounts for diagnostic ultrasound exams performed by medical professionals in the United States.

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