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MRI of male with Hirayama disease on Multiva 1.5T

Case Study
Rammohan, Vadapalli, M.D., Ph.D. Vijaya Diagnostics Pvt. Ltd. • India

A 21-year-old male with atrophy of muscles of hand and forearm presented for an MRI exam of the upper cervical spine at Vijaya Diagnostics, Hyderabad, India. Clinical findings are muscle weakness and atrophy in the hand and forearm with sparing of the brachioradialis. The C7, C8 and T1 myotomes are involved clinically. The MRI exam was performed on Multiva 1.5T.



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Case Study
Multiva 1.5T
Cervical spine, DTI, Hyrayama disease, Musculoskeletal, Neuro
 

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