subdeltoid

sub·del·toid

(sŭb-del'toyd),
Beneath the deltoid muscle; denoting a bursa.

subdeltoid

/sub·del·toid/ (sub-del´toid) beneath the deltoid muscle.

subdeltoid

(sŭb-dĕl′toyd) [″ + Gr. delta, letter d, + eidos, form, shape]
Beneath the deltoid muscle.
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Kim, "Lipoma arborescens associated with osseous/chondroid differentiation in subdeltoid bursa," International Journal of Shoulder Surgery, vol.
Additionally, patients with PMR were more likely to have abnormal ultrasound findings in their shoulders (especially subdeltoid bursitis and biceps tenosynovitis), and hips (synovitis and/or trochanteric bursitis).
On examination, the patient's right shoulder manifested a marked effusion anterior to the deltoid muscle that extended to the subdeltoid region (see Figures A, B).
7%) had MRI evidence of subacromial or subdeltoid bursitis.
During normal movement into elevation, the subdeltoid component of the subacromial bursa folds in on itself with the fold gliding easily under the acromion (Birnbaum & Lierse 1992).
Sensitivity and specificity values for subacromial, subdeltoid bursitis was 25% and 86.
Although the lesion is usually located within a joint, involvement of the subdeltoid and bicipital bursa [6] and the synovial sheath of the peroneal tendons around the ankle joint has also been described [7].
The subacromial and subdeltoid spaces are mobilized with the release of all adhesions through a combination of sharp and blunt dissection.
Calismamizda Yocum testi supraspinatus lezyonlarini, akromioklavikuler eklem patolojilerini ve glenohumeral efuzyonu saptamada yeterli tanisal performans duzeyine sahip bulunmazken, subakromial ve subdeltoid efuzyonu saptamada yuksek tanisal performans duzeyine sahip bulundu (p<0,001).
MRI appearances of multiple rice body formation in chronic subacromial and subdeltoid bursitis, in association with synovial chondromatosis.