Pes Anserinus Bursitis | Bone and Spine

Pes anserinus bursitis is an inflammatory condition of the medial aspect of the knee causing pain inferomedial to the knee joint.

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Right thigh muscles: 1 Tibialis anterior; 2 Pes anserinus; 3 Patellar ligament; 4 Patella; 5 Vastus medialis; 6 Rectus femoris; 7 Adductor longus; 8 Sartorius; 9 Pubic symphysis; 10 Obturator internus; 11 Psoas major; 12 Psoas minor; 13 Anterior superior iliac spine; 14 Iliac crest; 15 Vertebral body [LV]; 16 Iliacus; 17 Promontory; 18 Sacrum [sacral vertebrae SI-SV]; 19 Piriformis; 20 Gluteus maximus; 21 Adductor magnus; 22 Semitendinosus; 23 Semimembranosus; 24 Gracilis; 25 Gastrocnemius

Right thigh muscles: 1 Tibialis anterior;

Pes anserinus bursa photo from Medscape. PT protocol from Brigham and Women's Hospital: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/patients_visitors/pcs/rehabilitationservices/physical%20therapy%20standards%20of%20care%20and%20protocols/knee%20-%20pes%20anserine%20bursitis.pdf

Pes anserinus bursitis (also referred to as anserine or pes anserine bursitis) is an inflammatory condition of the medial knee. Especially common in certain patient populations, it often coexists with other knee disorders.

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Pes Anserine Bursitis

Pes anserinus bursitis (also referred to as anserine or pes anserine bursitis) is an inflammatory condition of the medial knee. Especially common in certain patient populations, it often coexists with other knee disorders.

Pes anserinus in Klein, 1753, pl. II, fig. 41, 42

Pes anserinus in Klein, pl.

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