Lateral longitudinal scan of the knee
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The patient lies supine with the knee in neutral position. The probe is placed longitudinally over the lateral joint space. Skin, subcutaneous fat, lateral collateral ligament, femur and tibia are visualised.
Medial longitudinal scan of the knee
Watch a video of the medial longitudinal scan of the knee. See subcutaneous fat, hyperechoic superficial medial lateral collateral ligament, femur and tibia.
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