Magnetic resonance neurography of peripheral nerve degeneration and regeneration

  • Dailey A
  • Tsuruda J
  • Filler A
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Abstract

Magnetic resonance neurography (MRN) can identify nerve damage by detecting increased signal at sites of nerve entrapment and trauma.1 To date, no study has shown that this technique can visualise the process of peripheral nerve degeneration and regeneration over time. We show how MRN signal changes during degeneration and regeneration of an injured peripheral nerve correlated with clinical and electrodiagnostic findings.

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Authors

  • Andrew T. Dailey

  • Jay S. Tsuruda

  • Aaron G. Filler

  • Kenneth R. Maravilla

  • Robert Goodkin

  • Michel Kliot

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