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Figure 5: On the long axis, the subscapularis tendon (*) is seen as a broad echogenic structure attaching to the lesser tuberosity. The coracoid process is used as an osseous landmark to identify the subscapularis tendon, as the tendon emerges from its undersurface to extend laterally

Figure 5: On the long axis, the subscapularis tendon (*) is seen as a broad echogenic structure attaching to the lesser tuberosity. The coracoid process is used as an osseous landmark to identify the subscapularis tendon, as the tendon emerges from its undersurface to extend laterally