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Figure 10: The rotator interval (area demarked by a blue line) is a focal discontinuity in the rotator-cuff between the anterior margin of the supraspinatus tendon and the cephalad fibers of the subscapularis tendon. The long head of biceps tendon-blue exits the glenohumeral joint through the rotator interval. The black rectangle (dashed lines) demonstrates the probe orientation to visualize the rotator interval adequately. AC: Acromion, Cla: Clavicle, GT: Greater tuberosity, LT: Lesser tuberosity, C: Coracoid

Figure 10: The rotator interval (area demarked by a blue line) is a focal discontinuity in the rotator-cuff between the anterior margin of the supraspinatus tendon and the cephalad fibers of the subscapularis tendon. The long head of biceps tendon-blue exits the glenohumeral joint through the rotator interval. The black rectangle (dashed lines) demonstrates the probe orientation to visualize the rotator interval adequately. AC: Acromion, Cla: Clavicle, GT: Greater tuberosity, LT: Lesser tuberosity, C: Coracoid