Nora’s Lesion

A 31-year-old male presents with a history of trauma two years ago and a one year history of an enlarging, mildly painful mass at the left long finger. T1-weighted (1A) and fat-suppressed proton density-weighted (1B) coronal images, a fat-suppressed proton density-weighted axial (1C) image, and an AP radiograph (1D) are provided. What are the findings? What is your diagnosis?

Persistent Median Artery

A 35 year-old male patient presents with index finger ischemia and volar wrist pain. Fat-suppressed proton density-weighted axial (1a-c) and sagittal T2-weighted (1d) images through the wrist near the level of the carpal tunnel are provided.

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