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Figure 16: Patient and transducer position (a) when evaluating posteromedial knee for Baker's cyst. Corresponding ultrasound image (b) of anechoic Baker's cyst. Its neck should always be identified, as seen here, between semimembranosus and medial head of gastrocnemius (MG) (b and c). Long-axis ultrasound image of Baker's cyst (d), arrow demonstrating the needed path, for aspiration or injection. Med fem condyle = Medial femoral condyle

Figure 16: Patient and transducer position (a) when evaluating posteromedial knee for Baker's cyst. Corresponding ultrasound image (b) of anechoic Baker's cyst. Its neck should always be identified, as seen here, between semimembranosus and medial head of gastrocnemius (MG) (b and c). Long-axis ultrasound image of Baker's cyst (d), arrow demonstrating the needed path, for aspiration or injection. Med fem condyle = Medial femoral condyle