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Jonathan Wride
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Hi Steven,

Really liked the tips on scanning the SSP in low-tension and high-tension positions and finding it so useful for opening out tears in full crass position.

I was scanning a patient yesterday (37 YO male) with classic calcific tendinitis symptoms. Sonographically had calcification throughout his r/cuff. However on scanning his SSP there was an odd anechoic cystic change within the mid-substance of the tendon. Did not appear to be a tear or acoustic shadow and I have not seen anything like that before. I have attached a long and short axis of SSP in full crass position. Just wondered if you have seen anything similar?

Appreciate any thoughts.

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