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Figure 13: Inflammatory median neuropathy. (a) Radiograph showing fracture both bones of the forearm. (b) TSE T2 W axial fat suppressed images showing long segment median nerve thickening (arrow) with T2 hyperintensity with altered signal of flexor pollicis longus and pronator quadratus. (c and d) STIR thin coronal image and DWIBS image show long segment of the median nerve. (e) SE T1W image showing fatty infiltration of the pronator quadratus muscle (arrow) suggestive of subacute denervation. (f) Longitudinal sonogram image showing long segment thickening of the median nerve (arrow)

Figure 13: Inflammatory median neuropathy. (a) Radiograph showing fracture both bones of the forearm. (b) TSE T2 W axial fat suppressed images showing long segment median nerve thickening (arrow) with T2 hyperintensity with altered signal of flexor pollicis longus and pronator quadratus. (c and d) STIR thin coronal image and DWIBS image show long segment of the median nerve. (e) SE T1W image showing fatty infiltration of the pronator quadratus muscle (arrow) suggestive of subacute denervation. (f) Longitudinal sonogram image showing long segment thickening of the median nerve (arrow)