about ultrasound and mri findings of vastus lateralis injury
This is the case of a young rugby player presenting an high degree strain of the vastus lateralis muscle at its proximal insertion, togheter with an aponeurotic fascial injury on the subcutaneous lateral side.
I always suggest to perform both the Mri and ultrasound investigations; with the Mri exam it is evident the bone marrow edema, due to the avulsion injury at the intertrochanteric line, suspected during the clinical evaluation but impossible to see on ultrasound exam.
Coronal (left) and Sagittal (right) PD-Fs Mri scans (1.5 Tesla).
Axial PD-Fs Mri scan (1.5 Tesla). The bone marrow edema and the avulsion injury are evident.
about the correct ultrasound scanning techinchs to find the ulnar erve at the sulcus ulnaris
Have you seen my recent post “Subluxating Ulnar Nerve at the Elbow”? If yes, you may find also interesting how to locate the ulnar nerve at the sulcus ulnaris and the specific ultrasound scans. Use your own elbow to practice or try to ask to a friend or collegue to “share” their anatomy; in other words… Practice is the mother of skills!
In the video below you can find everything needed for your training, so enjoy the video and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me.