Sonographic findings in the anterior interosseous nerve syndrome.

@article{Hide1999SonographicFI,
  title={Sonographic findings in the anterior interosseous nerve syndrome.},
  author={I. Geoff Hide and Andrew James Grainger and Geoffrey P Naisby and R S Campbell},
  journal={Journal of clinical ultrasound : JCU},
  year={1999},
  volume={27 8},
  pages={459-64}
}
This report details previously undescribed sonographic findings in the anterior interosseous nerve syndrome. Loss of muscle bulk, increased reflectivity, reduced perfusion on Doppler sonography, and lack of active contraction of the affected muscles were observed. These findings can aid in the localization of the pathologic process and in the exclusion of tendon rupture. Dynamic observation of muscle function and Doppler changes after exercise can also help identify the muscles involved. Both… CONTINUE READING

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