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Case 6.1.3 Biceps tendon instability


Biceps tendon instability:
DEVELOPMENT: . Traumatic . Gradualy CHARACTERISTICS: . Tendon not in the groove . Displaced medially . Subluxation or ...
Biceps tendon instability:
Subluxating long head of the biceps tendon with partial rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation intratendinous subscapularis rupture and impingement with a cortical defect and a partial supraspinatus tendon ruptur ...
Biceps tendon instability:
Medialy displaced long head of the biceps tendon and a full thickness supraspinatus tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Medialy luxated long head of the biceps tendon and a small intratendinous rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxated biceps tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and small full thickness supraspinatus tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating long head of the biceps tendon and a full thickness subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and intratendinous subscapularis ruptures
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxated biceps tendon and incomplete subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxated biceps tendon and partial supraspinatus tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and a full thickness rupture of the subscapularis and supraspinatus tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the long head of the biceps tendon in a patient with a full thickness tear of the subscapularis tendon and the supraspinatus ten ...
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation with an empty bicipital groove in a patient with a subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation with a displacement of the tendon underneath the suscapularis tendon fibers
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating biceps tendon during exorotation
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the biceps tendon and a rupture of the subscapularis and supraspinatus tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating biceps tendon and intratendinous rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating biceps tendon with an inhomogeneous biceps tendon in a patient with a supraspinatus and subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the long head of the biceps tendon with complete medial displacement and a rupture of the subscapularis tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Medially displaced biceps tendon There is fibrous tissue in the bicipital groove mimicking a present tendon in the transverse plane
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the long head of the biceps tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation with severe medial dislocation and a complete rotator cuff tear
Biceps tendon instability:
Osteocartilaginious exostosis (*1) of the greater tuberosity and biceps tendon luxation (*2)
Complications:
Biceps tendon luxation with tensosynovitis that a few months later resulted in a full thickness tear with retraction
Biceps tendon instability:
DEVELOPMENT: . Traumatic . Gradualy CHARACTERISTICS: . Tendon not in the groove . Displaced medially . Subluxation or ...
Biceps tendon instability:
Subluxating long head of the biceps tendon with partial rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation intratendinous subscapularis rupture and impingement with a cortical defect and a partial supraspinatus tendon ruptur ...
Biceps tendon instability:
Medialy displaced long head of the biceps tendon and a full thickness supraspinatus tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Medialy luxated long head of the biceps tendon and a small intratendinous rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxated biceps tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and small full thickness supraspinatus tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating long head of the biceps tendon and a full thickness subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and intratendinous subscapularis ruptures
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxated biceps tendon and incomplete subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxated biceps tendon and partial supraspinatus tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation and a full thickness rupture of the subscapularis and supraspinatus tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the long head of the biceps tendon in a patient with a full thickness tear of the subscapularis tendon and the supraspinatus ten ...
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation with an empty bicipital groove in a patient with a subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation with a displacement of the tendon underneath the suscapularis tendon fibers
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating biceps tendon during exorotation
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the biceps tendon and a rupture of the subscapularis and supraspinatus tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating biceps tendon and intratendinous rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxating biceps tendon with an inhomogeneous biceps tendon in a patient with a supraspinatus and subscapularis tendon rupture
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the long head of the biceps tendon with complete medial displacement and a rupture of the subscapularis tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Medially displaced biceps tendon There is fibrous tissue in the bicipital groove mimicking a present tendon in the transverse plane
Biceps tendon instability:
Luxation of the long head of the biceps tendon
Biceps tendon instability:
Biceps tendon luxation with severe medial dislocation and a complete rotator cuff tear
Biceps tendon instability:
Osteocartilaginious exostosis (*1) of the greater tuberosity and biceps tendon luxation (*2)
Complications:
Biceps tendon luxation with tensosynovitis that a few months later resulted in a full thickness tear with retraction
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