In Part II of Elbow Pathology, the discussion begins with distal biceps tendinosis and tears, bicipitoradialis and olectranon bursitis. Additional topics include forearm flexor muscle hernia, accessory muscle identification, cubital tunnel syndrome, and ulnar nerve instability and dislocation. The module concludes by covering the mechanism of snapping triceps syndrome with sonographic correlation.
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