MRI of bilateral bipartite hamulus: a case report

@article{PierreJerome1998MRIOB,
  title={MRI of bilateral bipartite hamulus: a case report},
  author={Claude Pierre-Jerome and I. K. Roug},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={1998},
  volume={20},
  pages={299-302}
}
Normal skeletal variants are a common occurrence in clinical practice and may lead to misinterpretation. As part of a case control study investigating the carpal tunnel, our asymptomatic and voluntary participant underwent magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of both wrists from the metacarpal bases to the distal radiocarpal joint. The imaging techniques included spin echo (SE), turbo spin echo (TSE) and fast field echo (FFE) sequences using 4 mm-slice thickness. As an incidental finding bipartite… CONTINUE READING
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