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Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.1 Shoulder
Case 6.1.4 Biceps tendon various pathology


Effusion in the tendon sheath causes:
CAUSES: . Associated with biceps tendon pathology . Associated with joint pathology . Associated with a rotator cuff rupture
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
DEVELOPMENT: . Traumatic . Degenerative CHARACTERISTICS: . Hyperechoic structures within the tendonsheath sometimes mobile w ...
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Multiple loose bodies in the tendon sheath of the biceps tendon
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose body and effusion in the biceps tendon sheath in a patient with omarthrosis
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose bodies in the tendon sheath of the biceps tendon in a patient with osteoarthritis
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose body in the biceps tendon sheath
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove pitfalls:
Calcific tendinosis and calcific bursitis with calcifications in the bursa anterior of the biceps tendon that could be mistaken for loose bo ...
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove pitfalls:
Calcifications in the pectoralis major insertion that should not be mistaken for loose bodies in the biceps tendon sheath
Cysts and ganglia:
DEVELOPMENT: . Usualy degenerative CHARACTERISTICS: . Localized anechoic or hypoechoic fluid collection
Cysts and ganglia:
Localized cystic mass in continuation with the biceps tendon sheath
Cysts and ganglia:
Cystic fluid collexion next to the biceps tendon
Various:
Synovial mass and split biceps tendon
Effusion in the tendon sheath causes:
CAUSES: . Associated with biceps tendon pathology . Associated with joint pathology . Associated with a rotator cuff rupture
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
DEVELOPMENT: . Traumatic . Degenerative CHARACTERISTICS: . Hyperechoic structures within the tendonsheath sometimes mobile w ...
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Multiple loose bodies in the tendon sheath of the biceps tendon
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose body and effusion in the biceps tendon sheath in a patient with omarthrosis
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose bodies in the tendon sheath of the biceps tendon in a patient with osteoarthritis
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose body in the biceps tendon sheath
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove:
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove pitfalls:
Calcific tendinosis and calcific bursitis with calcifications in the bursa anterior of the biceps tendon that could be mistaken for loose bo ...
Loose bodies in the bicipital groove pitfalls:
Calcifications in the pectoralis major insertion that should not be mistaken for loose bodies in the biceps tendon sheath
Cysts and ganglia:
DEVELOPMENT: . Usualy degenerative CHARACTERISTICS: . Localized anechoic or hypoechoic fluid collection
Cysts and ganglia:
Localized cystic mass in continuation with the biceps tendon sheath
Cysts and ganglia:
Cystic fluid collexion next to the biceps tendon
Various:
Synovial mass and split biceps tendon
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