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Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging of the patient shows hypertrophied soft tissue with intermediate signal and intervening areas of bright (fat) signal of coronal short TE/TR images (a). Coronal, axial, and sagittal fat suppressed long TE/TR images (b-d) shows suppression of the abnormal intraneural soft tissue with compressed bright nerve fibrils giving a typical “spaghetti appearance of gigantic median nerve”

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging of the patient shows hypertrophied soft tissue with intermediate signal and intervening areas of bright (fat) signal of coronal short TE/TR images (a). Coronal, axial, and sagittal fat suppressed long TE/TR images (b-d) shows suppression of the abnormal intraneural soft tissue with compressed bright nerve fibrils giving a typical “spaghetti appearance of gigantic median nerve”