Imaging of the nerves of the knee region.

@article{Damarey2013ImagingOT,
  title={Imaging of the nerves of the knee region.},
  author={Benjamin Damarey and Xavier Demondion and Guillaume Wavreille and Vittorio Michele Pansini and Vincent Balbi and Anne Cotten},
  journal={European journal of radiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={82 1},
  pages={
          27-37
        }
}
Peripheral neuropathies are a frequent, but often underdiagnosed, cause of pain and functional impairment. The clinical symptoms can be subtle, and other neurologic or non neurologic clinical entities are often evoked. MRI and ultrasonography are the imaging modalities of choice for depicting nerves and assessing neuropathies. Common neuropathies in the knee area involve the saphenous, the tibial, the common peroneal and the sural nerves. The most frequent mechanisms of nerve injury in this… CONTINUE READING
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