Hi Steve, just got another case. This female came in with chronic right anterolateral shin pain. She had an US done which was query intramuscular haematoma. When I scanned her, it was looking more cystic so I was querying ?ganglion cyst as it looked like it was coming from the knee joint.
She had a MRI after which said ” Further evaluation with ultrasound would be of value to confirm the cystic nature of the lesion and its origin from the proximal tibiofibular joint.”

Is the proximal tibiofibular joint something that we can see easily/assess for on ultrasound?


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