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 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 2(A-D): Coronal (A) and (B) reformatted DW-PSIF maximum intensity projection images through the left and right arm, respectively, show the abnormally enlarged and markedly hyperintense ulnar nerves (long arrows). The slightly prominent and moderately hyperintense median nerves (medium arrows) and radial nerves (short arrows) are also seen. Extensive intramedullary bone infarcts in both humeral shafts are leading to hyperintense marrow signal. Focused imaging of left and right elbow (C, D) demonstrate both abnormal ulnar nerves, left > right with diffuse lesions. Notice mild flattening of the nerves in the tunnels with slight decreased signal of the nerves related to mild superimposed entrapments of the swollen nerves coursing through the confined space of the cubital tunnels

Figure 2(A-D): Coronal (A) and (B) reformatted DW-PSIF maximum intensity projection images through the left and right arm, respectively, show the abnormally enlarged and markedly hyperintense ulnar nerves (long arrows). The slightly prominent and moderately hyperintense median nerves (medium arrows) and radial nerves (short arrows) are also seen. Extensive intramedullary bone infarcts in both humeral shafts are leading to hyperintense marrow signal. Focused imaging of left and right elbow (C, D) demonstrate both abnormal ulnar nerves, left > right with diffuse lesions. Notice mild flattening of the nerves in the tunnels with slight decreased signal of the nerves related to mild superimposed entrapments of the swollen nerves coursing through the confined space of the cubital tunnels