Normal MRI of the forearm

Case contributed by Vincent Tatco


Palpable lump on the left forearm

Patient Data

Age: 30
Gender: Male

Axial, coronal and sagittal images of the left forearm show no definite mass in the soft tissues at the volar and lateral aspects of the distal forearm, at the clinical area of concern. 

Note of normal signals, configuration and relationships of the ulna and radius as well as the rest of the visualized osseous structures. 

The joint spaces are normal in width.  There is no evident joint effusion. 

The visualized musculature are normal in signals.

Case Discussion

Normal MRI of the forearm for reference. 

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