* Loss of peribursal
or subdeltoid fat plane and fluid in subacromial-subdeltoid bursa.
Physical examination is typically notable for fever, peribursal
cellulitis, bursal warmth, and tenderness [1, 2].
(10) Tenderness, warmth, and peribursal
cellulitis show high negative predictive values (0.9-1.0) (2,10), indicating that the absence of any of these features strongly suggests the bursitis is non-septic.
straw-coloured oedema was present in many bursae.
(24) The MCL actually consists of 2 layers separated by a small bursae and minimal peribursal