The hamstring one of my favourite scans as the anatomy flows so well. Once you understand the few tricks of how to navigate the hamstring, know the areas where most pathology occurs and the common patterns of pathology they are a pleasure to scan.
Well done Vivian,
I was always confused with the origin. Once i understand your tricks and pictures, I know the SM and C.T swapped over at origin: SM is lat to C.T. Just like BT LH and SH dist insertion at elbow, LH is med to SH.
So you are right, Steve. I am looking forward to scanning hamstring now. I like your rules and the anatomy pictures, make it so much easier to understand.
Steve, are we able to post ultrasound images? If later we have questions to ask you or some interesting cases we can share.