Webinar: MSK Ultrasound of the Hand, Fingers and Thumb

In this comprehensive 3-part series on hand, finger and thumb ultrasound, we will deepen your ultrasound knowledge of this region. Each session we will refresh and update your (sono)anatomy skills and discuss interesting hand pathology cases.


  • Hand, fingers en thumb anatomy
  • Hand, fingers en thumb sonoanatomy
  • Transducer positions to scan static tissues
  • Scanning dynamical hand, fingers and thumb movements
  • Pathology recognition of several hand pathologies

Schedule & Topics

Part 1: Tuesday November 2nd, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CET) - Flexor Tendons
Hand Palmar (CMC joint, MCP joint, FDS, FDP, Lumbricals and Interossei Palmaris, Palmar apponeurosis).
Finger Palmar (DIP, PIP, FDS FDP, pully’s, volar plate, checkrain Campers’s Chiasm)

Part 2: Tuesday November 9th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CET) - Extensor fingers
Hand dorsal (EDC, EIP, EDM, interossei dorsales, saggital band, extensor zones, dorsal triangular fibrocartilage)
Finger dorsal (DIP, PIP, central slip, lateral slip, extensor hood)

Part 3: Tuesday November 16th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CET) - Thumb
Joints (CMC1, STT, MCP1, UCL)
Extensor compartment 1 (APL and EPB)


The aim of this 3-part course is deepening the ultrasound examination of the hand, fingers and thumb. We will discuss (sono)anatomy, transducer positions and sonopathology positions on an intermediate level with adding more in-depth information and new positions to your foundational level knowledge and skills. We will review the theory and practice ultrasound skills of several important osseous, cartilaginous, capsuloligamentous, myogenic, neurogenic, and vascular structures. We will also share with you some interesting literature which you can study after the webinar to deepen your knowledge.

Replay webinar

Can't join the live webinar? No worries, you'll receive access to our eLearning platform where the recordings of the webinar are available for 1 month after the start of the 1st session.


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


photo Ferd Serton, MSc