Ultrasound of the Ankle Joint
Multiple longitudinal and transverse scan of the ankle joint shows:
- The Achilles tendon shows normal fibrillar pattern in the parenchyma.
- The musculo-tendon junction is unremarkable.
- The peroneus brevis and longus is intact.
- The posterior tibialis tendon is not disrupted.
Ultrasound of the Knee
- Essentialy negative ultrasound study of the ankle joint.
Multiple longitudinal and transverse scan of the knee joint shows:
- There are normal fibrillary patterns noted on the patellar and quadriceps tendon.
- The medial and lateral collateral ligaments are intact.
- The visualized portions of the medial meniscus shows normal echogenic pattern.
Ultrasound of the Shoulder
- Essentialy negative ultrasound study of the knee.
Multiple longitudinal and transverse scan of the shoulder shows::
- The biceps tendon is within the bicipital groove.
- There is good fibrillary echogenic pattern noted in the biceps tendon.
- The subscapular tendon is intact.
- The supraspinatus and infraspinatus has normal echogenic pattern.
- Dynamic study shows no impongement on the acromio-clavicular area.
- The acromio-clavicular joints are unremarkable.
- Essentialy negative ultrasound study of the shoulder.