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Figure 7 (A-C): Subacromial/subdeltoid bursal injections: (A) Subacromial bursa is superficial and easily amenable to USG injections in the management of tendon disorders, subacromial bursitis, and impingement syndromes (B) Needle position within the bursa is confirmed prior to injection (C) Bursal distension during the injection is confirmatory of accurate delivery of injectate

Figure 7 (A-C): Subacromial/subdeltoid bursal injections: (A) Subacromial bursa is superficial and easily amenable to USG injections in the management of tendon disorders, subacromial bursitis, and impingement syndromes (B) Needle position within the bursa is confirmed prior to injection (C) Bursal distension during the injection is confirmatory of accurate delivery of injectate