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Portions of the subacromial and subdeltoid bursa are palpable where they
extend out from under the acromial edge. border of the acromion (Fig. 29). The
SIT muscles cannot be distinguished from each other, but they can be palpated
as a unit ...
Clinically significant bursae of the knee. Fig. 32. Left. When the tibia is internally
rotated, the. the vastus lateralis, form visible bulges on the medial and lateral
sides of the knee and are easily palpable. They become more prominent upon ...
Stanley Hoppenfeld, Richard Hutton. Figs. 49, 50. A test for continuity of the
gastrocsoleus muscles' common tendon. Absence of foot-plantar flexion motion
indicates a ruptured Achilles tendon. Fig. 51. The Achilles tendon, or calcaneal,
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