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Join this 3-part in-depth webinar series on muscle trauma

  • Part 1: July 6, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CEST)

    Basics of muscle imaging in MSK ultrasound & MRI, predilection sites of muscle trauma, preparation of the exam and standardized reporting.

  • Part 2: July 13, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CEST)

    Muscle trauma in different stages, correlation with clinical performance, return to sports, case series lower extremity.

  • Part 3: July 20, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CEST)

    Case series upper extremity, pitfalls in muscle imaging, differential diagnosis, classification systems and their consequence, case diagnosis and report training.

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Sign-up for this advanced webinar series and you'll receive:

  • 4,5 hours of evidence-based content, accredited with 4,5 CME points

  • Access to live webinar to interact with our presenter

  • After completion of the full webinar you'll receive a digital Certificate of Attendance.

  • Special Summer Offer: 1-month access to the recording of the webinar and articles.



Dr. Alexander Talaska

Alex works as a radiologist in Vienna, focusing on musculoskeletal sonography in diagnostics and therapeutic interventions as well as emergency medicine. He loves the complexity of anatomical knowledge combined with dynamic scanning in MSK, solving a problem efficiently and integrating sonography in patients needs and best outcome in diagnostics. One of his favorites is peripheral nerve imaging. Already in the second year during his studies of medicine at the Medical University of Vienna (MUVI) he deeply got in touch with sonography. First teaching as a sono tutor from student to student, in between organizing the students initiative Sono4You on the same time while building up a team of enthusiastic students tutors in sonography besides his studies. In his residency of radiology at the Department of Biomedical Imaging und Image guided Therapy at the MUVI he combined his broadly trained sonoanatomy skills with a huge variety of pathologies and MRI skills, especially in musculoskeletal imaging. Since 2012 Alex contributes regularly to several teaching and educational events to medical specialists, residents, sonographers and medical students. He also focuses on comparable documentation techniques and structured reporting in sonography, interdisciplinary discussions and usage of sonography with consequence. At the moment Alex works in one of the biggest trauma & rehabilitation centers in Vienna, accompanied by sports medicine. He still enjoys teaching and passes on knowledge whenever he can.

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