confused and worried.......DR Mark
Posted 29 April 2012 - 08:05 AM
[font=verdana,]Scanning of the pes anserinus tendons were performed. Visibility of the tendons throughout the coarse was difficult particularly with dynamic imaging with flexion of the knee. Clinically there appeared to be a snap on the semitendinosis tendon, however this was not definitely documented with sonography. With movement of the knee from flexion to extension, there was abrupt movement of the gracious tendon,which is probably causing at least some of the snapping sensations. If there is consideration of surgery, assessment of the semitendinosis and gracilis tendonsat the same time of surgery would be recommended given the clinical findings involving the semitendinosis, the nondocumentation of a snapping type on sonography which was limited [/font]
sooooooo scared and confused.........
Posted 29 April 2012 - 10:48 AM
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