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Figure 1: A 46-year-old male patient presented with complaints of pain in the left leg. (a) Axial T2 weighted MRI image shows thickened left sciatic nerve. Right leg appears normal. (b) Axial fat suppressed T2 weighted image shows thickened left sciatic nerve (arrows) with surrounding inflammatory changes. (c and d) Coronal T2 and fat suppressed T2 weighted images show thickened left sciatic nerve (arrows) and oedema in the muscles of posterior compartment of thigh (arrow heads). (e and f) Coronal GRE images show blooming along the length of thickened sciatic nerve suggesting haemorrhage along the nerve (arrows)

Figure 1: A 46-year-old male patient presented with complaints of pain in the left leg. (a) Axial T2 weighted MRI image shows thickened left sciatic nerve. Right leg appears normal. (b) Axial fat suppressed T2 weighted image shows thickened left sciatic nerve (arrows) with surrounding inflammatory changes. (c and d) Coronal T2 and fat suppressed T2 weighted images show thickened left sciatic nerve (arrows) and oedema in the muscles of posterior compartment of thigh (arrow heads). (e and f) Coronal GRE images show blooming along the length of thickened sciatic nerve suggesting haemorrhage along the nerve (arrows)