By Siegfried Peer, Gerd Bodner, A.L. Baert, G. Bodner, H. Gruber, S. Kiechl, P. Kovacs, S. Peer, H. Piza-Katzer
Because the first version of this e-book, sonography of the peripheral fearful method has developed extra. This moment, revised variation contains many state of the art high-resolution photographs, the textual content has been tailored to mirror the present nation of the literature, and data is gifted utilizing a extra sleek structure. This ebook presents a pragmatic, clinically orientated evaluate of all points of sonographic analysis and interventional treatment of the peripheral frightened method.
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These very tiny nerves may only seldom be identiﬁed with sonography. 37 38 H. Gruber and P. Kovacs a c b Fig. 23. a,b Transverse US scan with the corresponding cryosection showing the proximal part of the common ﬁbular nerve (arrow) in the lower leg in its course around the neck of the ﬁbula (1) (tibia 2). c Longitudinal US scan according to the course of the common ﬁbular nerve (arrows) d at the neck of the ﬁbula (1). d Scheme with skin projection of the course of the common ﬁbular nerve (thick dotted line) in the lateral lower leg.
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