Michael E. Timins

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Twenty-six normal wrists in young adults were studied with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. The following conclusions were drawn regarding normal anatomic features: (a) Multiple slips of the abductor pollicis longus tendon simulate longitudinal tears; (b) the extensor pollicis longus and extensor carpi ulnaris tendons normally demonstrate increased signal(More)
Portal annular pancreas is a rare pancreatic variant in which the uncinate process of the pancreas extends and fuses to the dorsal surface of the body of the pancreas by surrounding the portal vein. It is asymptomatic, but it can be mistaken for a pancreatic head mass on imaging and could also have serious consequences during pancreatic surgery, if(More)
We present a case of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) type IV with associated neuromuscular manifestations. The patient presented with nonspecific myopathic-type symptoms and later developed a spontaneous median mononeuropathy in the forearm. We believe that the case presented here complements current published neuromuscular manifestations occurring in EDS IV(More)
In the past, MR imaging of the ankle and foot has been performed by scanning both extremities simultaneously to provide a normal side for comparison. More recently, unilateral imaging with small local coils has been favored to maximize spatial resolution through use of small fields of view or large matrices. Such clarity of detail, however, demands a(More)
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