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Byung Joo Lee & Donghwi Park
Video 2: This is a dynamic ultrasonography of a 36-year-old man with posterosuperior labral tear. Although the PS labrum appears as a fibrillary hyperechoic triangle in neutral position, hypoechoic lesion is distinct in PS labrum. During the ABER maneuver, leakage of the joint fluid through torn PS labrum can be seen. In this case the fluid flow through the tear is admittedly a subtle finding and the presence of a GHJ effusion (not seen in this case) may make this examination more difficult.
With the July issue of the Journal we are launching a new regular feature: the Video Gallery. The purpose of this Gallery is to combine text with video in the presentation and discussion of a topic of interest in musculoskeletal medicine. The first publication is authored by Chiang and collaborators who made a fantastic effort to write the text and produce the video in a relatively short period of time so we could include it in this issue of the Journal. This first “combined media publication” focus on the use of ultrasound for the examination of the rotator cuff and injection of the subacromial and subdeltoid bursa. Thanks to the effort of the Publisher LWW, the video can be accessed using your smartphone camera QR reader App to scan and capture the QR Code included with the print version of the article or by visiting our website at www.AJPMR.com. I hope you will appreciate this new feature and send us your comments and suggestions for future topics and use of electronic media.
Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD