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Musculo Skeletal, bone, muscle, nerves and other soft tissues | 7.2 Muscle
Case 7.2.5 Miscellaneous muscle pathology


Myositis:
Myositis of the biceps muscle
Myositis:
Myositis of the medial gastrocnemius muscle with increased echogenicity of the muscle tissue
Myositis:
Myositis with increased echogenicity of the muscle tissue
Myositis:
Myositis with inversion of the normal muscle structure and swelling of the muscle
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous muscle in the upper arm
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous muscle
Myositis:
Myositis of the medial vastus muscle with hyperechoic thickened muscle tissue and hypoechoic muscle septa
Myositis:
Myositis of the triceps muscle with thickened edematous muscle
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous muscle and hypervascularity
Myositis:
Myositis and abscess in the pectoralis muscle
Myositis:
Intramuscular abscess
Myositis:
Myositis of the adductor longus muscle with hyperechoic thickened muscle tissue and hypoechoic muscle septa with increased vascularity
Myositis:
Dermatomyositis of the peroneal muscle with thickened hypoechoic muscle and thickened subcutaneous tissue
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous gluteal muscle and hypervascularity
Fasciitis:
Fasciitis of the vastus medialis muscle probably caused by a prepatellar bursitis
Fasciitis:
Fasciitis and myositis of the biceps femoris muscle with a thickened hypoechoic fasci and inhomogeneous muscle
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Compensatory hypertrophy in a patient with a drop foot
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Hypertrophy of the quadriceps muscle
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Atrophy with hyperechogenicity of the long biceps muscle after rupture of the long head of the biceps tendon
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Atrophy of the adductor longus muscle caused by a rupture of the tendon. The muscle has become hyperechoic
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Atrophy of the infraspinatus muscle with hyperechogenicity of the muscle (black and white sign)
Various:
Hypoechoic ill defined intramuscular mass in the vastus medialis muscle. Biopsy proved this to be a B cell lymphoma
Various:
2 small tumors in the peroneal muscle that proved to be nodular fasciitis
Various:
Delayed onset of muscle soreness with swelling and hyperechogenicity and small effusion along the right gastrocnemius muscle
Various:
Hyperechoic rectus femoris muscle with swelling, hypoechoic areas and absence of vascularization after intramuscular morfine injection
Various:
Shin splint or traction periostitis with soft tissue swelling, hypervascularity and edema on the medial anteriot aspect of the tibia
Various:
Shin splint or medial tibial stress syndrome with a thickened hypervascularized crural fascia
Various:
Periosteal thickening (shin splint or medial tibial stress syndrome)
Various:
Accessory muscle
Various:
Intramuscular cyst in the brachioradialis muscle
Various:
Intramuscular metastasis of a sarcoma
Myositis:
Myositis of the biceps muscle
Myositis:
Myositis of the medial gastrocnemius muscle with increased echogenicity of the muscle tissue
Myositis:
Myositis with increased echogenicity of the muscle tissue
Myositis:
Myositis with inversion of the normal muscle structure and swelling of the muscle
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous muscle in the upper arm
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous muscle
Myositis:
Myositis of the medial vastus muscle with hyperechoic thickened muscle tissue and hypoechoic muscle septa
Myositis:
Myositis of the triceps muscle with thickened edematous muscle
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous muscle and hypervascularity
Myositis:
Myositis and abscess in the pectoralis muscle
Myositis:
Intramuscular abscess
Myositis:
Myositis of the adductor longus muscle with hyperechoic thickened muscle tissue and hypoechoic muscle septa with increased vascularity
Myositis:
Dermatomyositis of the peroneal muscle with thickened hypoechoic muscle and thickened subcutaneous tissue
Myositis:
Myositis with thickened edematous gluteal muscle and hypervascularity
Fasciitis:
Fasciitis of the vastus medialis muscle probably caused by a prepatellar bursitis
Fasciitis:
Fasciitis and myositis of the biceps femoris muscle with a thickened hypoechoic fasci and inhomogeneous muscle
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Compensatory hypertrophy in a patient with a drop foot
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Hypertrophy of the quadriceps muscle
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Atrophy with hyperechogenicity of the long biceps muscle after rupture of the long head of the biceps tendon
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Atrophy of the adductor longus muscle caused by a rupture of the tendon. The muscle has become hyperechoic
Atrophy / hypertrophy:
Atrophy of the infraspinatus muscle with hyperechogenicity of the muscle (black and white sign)
Various:
Hypoechoic ill defined intramuscular mass in the vastus medialis muscle. Biopsy proved this to be a B cell lymphoma
Various:
2 small tumors in the peroneal muscle that proved to be nodular fasciitis
Various:
Delayed onset of muscle soreness with swelling and hyperechogenicity and small effusion along the right gastrocnemius muscle
Various:
Hyperechoic rectus femoris muscle with swelling, hypoechoic areas and absence of vascularization after intramuscular morfine injection
Various:
Shin splint or traction periostitis with soft tissue swelling, hypervascularity and edema on the medial anteriot aspect of the tibia
Various:
Shin splint or medial tibial stress syndrome with a thickened hypervascularized crural fascia
Various:
Periosteal thickening (shin splint or medial tibial stress syndrome)
Various:
Accessory muscle
Various:
Intramuscular cyst in the brachioradialis muscle
Various:
Intramuscular metastasis of a sarcoma
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