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Expansion of 1 mL of Solution by Ultrasound-Guided Injection Between the Trapezius and Rhomboid Muscles: A Cadaver Study.

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Summary of "Expansion of 1 mL of Solution by Ultrasound-Guided Injection Between the Trapezius and Rhomboid Muscles: A Cadaver Study."

An ultrasound-guided interfascial injection, which targets the space between the epimysia, is often performed for myofascial neck and shoulder pain. However, the relationship between the injection volume and clinical effectiveness has been controversial. We conducted an anatomical study with cadavers to measure the distribution of a small amount of pigment solution injected into the interfascial space.

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Name: Pain medicine (Malden, Mass.)
ISSN: 1526-4637
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