Adil Ladak

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Lymphomatous spread to peripheral nerves is a rare but long recognized complication, most commonly involving aggressive B-cell lymphomas. A 67-year-old woman with a history of a low-grade, gastric mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma, which was in remission, presented with a left-sided forearm mass and numbness over the dorsolateral aspect of(More)
The human cutaneous sensory map has been a work in progress over the past century, depicting sensory territories supplied by both the spinal and cranial nerves. Two critical discoveries, which shaped our understanding of cutaneous innervation, were sensory dermatome overlap between contiguous spinal levels and axial lines across areas where no sensory(More)
The soleus sling has been recently identified as a site of compression of the tibial nerve resulting in tibial neuropathy. Diagnosis of soleal sling syndrome is difficult, and has been based mainly on clinical examination. Advances in MR imaging with high-resolution 3-Tesla scanners have made direct visualization of nerve pathology possible. With the use of(More)
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