Reverse US of stener lesion 1. What looks like UCL distally is the adductor aponeurosis. 2. Hypoechoic thing proximally is a balled-up UCL indicating a stener not a hematoma. Combination of 1 and 2 makes it look like it has torn proximally with a hematoma but this is the reverse of what is actually happening. Using the hypoechoic proximal ball sign (retracted ligament) as the US sign of a Stener.