Ultrasound Questions Published on August 30, 2020 by ehudspeth Ultrasound & Surface Anatomy Lucas T. comes into your clinic complaining of a potential rotator cuff injury after an intense softball game. Since you went to ARCOM, you know that the Supraspinatus is the most frequently injured rotator cuff muscle. You decide to first do an ultrasound on the anterior lateral aspect of the patient’s shoulder to examine the supraspinatus muscle and acquire the following image. Which of the following correctly represents the Supraspinatus muscle? A B C D E Which of the following correctly identifies the structure outlined in red? Femur Patella Suprapatellar fat pad Quadriceps tendon Medial Collateral Ligamanet You are practicing surface anatomy on your good friend Mitsu B. You are palpating the surface just below her patellar tendon on the anterior aspect of her proximal leg. Which of the following bony landmarks should you be able to feel? Fibular head Medial condyle of the tibia Lateral condyle of the tibia Patella Tibial tuberosity You decide to practice surface anatomy with your good friend, Bobby G., who is conveniently shown below (he’s taken ladies!!). You are palpating along his sternal line when you come across a landmark located on the superior border of his manubrium. Since you have a strong knowledge of surface anatomy, you know that this landmark will align with which of the following vertebral bodies? C7 T1 T2 T4 T9 Which of the following correctly labels the numbered structures in order? Tibia, Medial meniscus, fibula Femur, Lateral meniscus, Tibia Femur, medial meniscus, Tibia Tibia, Lateral meniscus, fibula Fibula, Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Tibia The following ultrasound image was acquired from the anterior aspect of a patient’s shoulder. Which structure is represented by the outline in blue? Transverse humeral ligament The tendon of the long head of the Biceps brachii Glenohumeral ligament Acromioclavicular ligament Trapezoid part of the Coracoclavicular ligament Time is Up!