Tenovaginitis and Bursitis

This finding is quite frequent. It can be a symptom of complicated tenovaginitis of the long head of the biceps, or a symptom of a transudation of a liquid from the glenohumeral articulation at hydrops of the glenohumeral articulation, see indirect marks of glenohumeral hydrops.

 

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Picture and scheme of tenovaginitis of the long head of the biceps connected with bursitis along the tendon

Videosequence tenovaginitis  and bursitis of the long head of the biceps