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Brachial plexus and nerves about the shoulder.
Ultrasound (US) and MR imaging have been shown able to detect in-depth features of brachial plexus anatomy and to localize pathological lesions in disorders where electrophysiology and physical
Clinical indications for musculoskeletal ultrasound: A Delphi-based consensus paper of the European society of musculoskeletal radiology
A comprehensive evidence-based, expert consensus-defined educational framework on clinical ultrsound is presented, which should facilitate referrals for this important imaging technique throughout Europe.
High-resolution sonography of the palmar cutaneous branch of the median nerve.
Sonography can identify the palmar cutaneous branch of the median nerve and characterize its abnormalities, providing unique information about this small nerve branch.
Development and definition of a simplified scanning procedure and scoring method for Haemophilia Early Arthropathy Detection with Ultrasound (HEAD-US).
A simplified ultrasound scanning procedure and scoring method, named Haemophilia Early Arthropathy Detection with UltraSound [HEAD-US], to evaluate joints of patients with haemophilic arthropathy to offer a tool to evaluate disease progression and monitor the result of treatment in follow-up studies.
Reliability of side‐to‐side ultrasound cross‐sectional area measurements of lower extremity nerves in healthy subjects
In general, the healthy contralateral side can be used as an internal control in peripheral nerve ultrasound and side‐to‐side differences were not statistically significant at any level.
Wrist Injuries in Nonprofessional Tennis Players: Relationships with Different Grips
In nonprofessional tennis players with wrist injuries, different grips of the racket are related to the anatomical site of the lesion: Eastern grip with radial- side injuries and Western or semi-Western with ulnar-side injuries.
Reliability of Side‐to‐Side Sonographic Cross‐sectional Area Measurements of Upper Extremity Nerves in Healthy Volunteers
The goal of this study was to determine the reliability of side‐to‐side measurements of upper extremity nerves in healthy volunteers.
MR imaging of the brachial plexus: comparison between 1.5-T and 3-T MR imaging: preliminary experience
High-quality MR images of the brachial plexus can be obtained with 3-T MR imaging by using sequences similar to those used at 1.5-T and 2-T magnetic resonance imaging, and in patients and healthy volunteers, the visibility of nerve trunks and cords at 3-Ts MR imaging appears to be superior to that at 1-T.