Thanks Steve. If patient has an MR and US of the Hamstring on the same day, what can US add to the MR findings (since MR is clearly superior)?

I haven’t worded my question right. I meant: How do you differentiate DOMS FROM Rhabdo since they are similar in US appearances and history?

My patient increased her weights too rapidly from 5kg to 10kg and both arms were tight the next few days. The below file shows that her long head triceps is affected but not the lateral or medial heads? I did not know this selective involvement is possible.

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