Module 4, Part II of the Shoulder Pathology lecture, begins with a discussion of biceps pathology, including osteoarthritis, biceps tendon instability, displacement types, subluxation, and dislocation. Also covered are tendinosis, tenosynovitis and biceps rupture, refraction, and chronic avulsion. Dr. Wilde continues with a review of acromioclavicular joint pathology, separation, cysts, and sonographic appearance of the Geyser sign. Additional topics include the causes and ultrasonic appearance of calcium hydroxyapatite deposition, subacromial subdeltoid bursitis, paralabral cysts, pectoralis and deltoid lesions, and adhesive capsulitis. The module concludes with a discussion of shoulder masses, fatty tumors, and chondrocalcinosis.
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