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ECR 2014 / B-0042
A new dynamic manoeuvre to differentiate complete vs. partial distal bicep tears at ultrasound
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Congress: ECR 2014
Poster No.: B-0042
Type: Scientific Paper
Keywords: Musculoskeletal joint, Ultrasound, Instrumentation, Trauma
Authors: G. Azulay1, I. Rossi1, M. Brandao2, C. Arend3, R. Barousse1, D. Postan1, P. Omoumi4; 1Buenos Aires/AR, 2Ribeirao Preto/BR, 3Porto Alegre/BR, 4Lausanne/CH
DOI:10.1594/ecr2014/B-0042

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