Author: Kyle Samyn, DO, MS
Affiliation: Ascension Providence Sports Medicine Fellowship
Co Author(s): Nicholas Moore, MD
Navin Abro, DO
Senior Editor: Raul Rosario-Concepcion, MD
Clinical Vignette: An ambidextrous 60 year-old male presents with distal forearm pain and bruising following an injury as he was getting pulled up by a boat to water ski. The patient felt a popping sensation and immediately experienced pain following the injury. He complains of weakness with forearm flexion and supination at the time of examination.
Type of Probe Used: 15-6 MHz linear array probe