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Fig. 2 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 2

From: A panorama of radial nerve pathologies- an imaging diagnosis: a step ahead

Fig. 2

a Probe position for localising the nerve in the spiral groove. The patient’s arm is kept extended, internally rotated and the posterolateral aspect of the arm is scanned. b Crossheads denote the normal honeycomb appearance of radial nerve in the spiral groove between lateral and medial heads of the triceps (stars) c Probe position for localising the nerve between the brachialis and brachioradialis. The lateral part of arm is to be scanned with the arm slightly flexed at the elbow and internally rotated. d Arrowheads denote the normal honeycomb appearance of the radial nerve in the distal arm lying between the brachialis (B) and brachioradialis (Br)

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