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Popliteus Tendinitis Evaluation
- Pain on range of motion of the knee
- Knee swelling along the outer aspect of the knee
- Knee tenderness along the outer aspect of the knee
The diagnosis of popliteus tendinitis is usually made during physical exam.
Tests that may be used to evaluate popliteus tendinitis include:
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PubMed Popliteus Tendinitis References
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- Richards DP, Ajemian SV, Wiley JP, Zernicke RF. Knee joint dynamics predict patellar tendinitis in elite volleyball players. Am J Sports Med. 1996 Sep-Oct;24(5):676-83.