In the first Radsource MRI Web Clinic of 2024, Dr. Leon Toye discusses a characteristic abnormality affecting peripheral nerves, in which the MRI findings may be pathognomonic.
In this month’s Radsource MRI Web Clinic, Dr. Violet Nikac examines an under-recognized cause of elbow pain, in which MRI is often key to the diagnosis.
A 15-year-old boy presents with elbow pain, limited range of motion and ulnar neuropraxia after a recent wrestling injury. An AP radiograph (1a), coronal STIR (1b) and (1c) fat-suppressed T2-and (1d) T1-weighted axial images are provided.
A 36 year-old female with a history of shoulder instability and prior surgery presents after suffering a recurrent dislocation. (1A) T1-weighted coronal, and (1B,C) fat-suppressed proton density-weighted axial and sagittal images are provided.
In this month’s Radsource MRI Web Clinic, Dr. Ashwin Prabhu examines the utility of MRI in the evaluation of a complex entity that causes upper extremity symptoms.
A 43 year-old male presents with pain for 3 days after injury. He is experiencing forearm cramping and is unable to extend his thumb.
In this month’s Radsource MRI Web Clinic, Dr. Pamela Burdett discusses the evaluation and management of one of the most commonly encountered osseous lesions in musculoskeletal MR.
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