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“Catch me if you can”. The contribution of ultrasound to rapidly unveil a nerve lesion

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      • Imaging techniques are useful in the evaluation of neuropathies.
      • Ultrasound evaluation is advantageous to rapidly see the nerve in different sites.
      • Magnetic resonance is very precise and ultrasound is incredibly flexible.

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