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Figure 7: Posttraumatic median and radial nerve neuroma. (a) Clinical photograph showing gross atrophy of muscles of right forearm. (b) SE T2 W axial fat suppressed images showing both median and radial nerve neuromas (arrows) with marked T2W hyperintensity (c) T2 hyperintensity in the posterior compartment (supplied by the radial nerve) and anterolateral compartment muscles (supplied by the median nerve) suggestive of denervation changes. (d) Coronal STIR image shows similar findings of both nerve neuromas. (e and f) Sonogram showingmarked thickening with altered echogenicity of the median nerve and radial nerve with neuroma formation in transverse and sagittal plane, respectively

Figure 7: Posttraumatic median and radial nerve neuroma. (a) Clinical photograph showing gross atrophy of muscles of right forearm. (b) SE T2 W axial fat suppressed images showing both median and radial nerve neuromas (arrows) with marked T2W hyperintensity (c) T2 hyperintensity in the posterior compartment (supplied by the radial nerve) and anterolateral compartment muscles (supplied by the median nerve) suggestive of denervation changes. (d) Coronal STIR image shows similar findings of both nerve neuromas. (e and f) Sonogram showingmarked thickening with altered echogenicity of the median nerve and radial nerve with neuroma formation in transverse and sagittal plane, respectively