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From: Utility of magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis of unsuspected cases of Parsonage-Turner syndrome: two case reports

Figure 1

Magnetic resonance imaging of patient 1 at the level of shoulder girdle including the periscapular muscles. Sagittal T2-weighted fat-suppressed contiguous section at the level of shoulder showing edema in suprasinatus (solid arrow) and infraspinatus (curved arrow) muscles, respectively above and below the spine of scapula (straight arrow). The brachial plexus in this patient, however did not reveal any abnormality.

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