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Correction to: A comprehensive review of the normal, abnormal, and post-operative MRI appearance of the proximal biceps brachii

The Original Article was published on 26 March 2020

Correction to: Skeletal Radiology (2020) 49:1333–1344

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00256-020-03415-x

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“Pulley instability can be diagnosed arthroscopically by the “ramp test,” where a probe is placed on the LHB and pressure is applied. An intact sling will hold the LHB in place and at most allow the tendon to form a small U shape (Fig. 11). However, when the sling is torn, the LHB tendon can sink into the joint with applied pressure, making a V shape (Fig. 12) [26].”

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“Pulley instability can be diagnosed arthroscopically by the “ramp test,” where a probe is placed on the LHB and pressure is applied. An intact sling will hold the LHB in place and at most allow the tendon to form a V shape (Fig. 11). However, when the sling is torn, the LHB tendon can sink into the joint with applied pressure, making a U shape (Fig. 12) [26].”

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Rosenthal, J., Nguyen, ML., Karas, S. et al. Correction to: A comprehensive review of the normal, abnormal, and post-operative MRI appearance of the proximal biceps brachii. Skeletal Radiol 50, 467 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00256-020-03672-w

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