Magnetic resonance imaging of hereditary hernias of the peroneus longus muscle.

Abstract:

:Herniation of the left peroneus longus muscle was present in three male members of the same family, being the first reported case of this condition in a familial setting. The hernias were differentiated from other mass lesions and varices by magnetic resonance imaging. The images demonstrated a fascial defect originating in the area where vessels and nerves penetrate the fascia, suggesting that the three men had a congenital weakness in the fascia.

journal_name

Skeletal Radiol

journal_title

Skeletal radiology

authors

Braunstein JT,Crues JV 3rd

doi

10.1007/BF00204860

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1995-11-01 00:00:00

pages

601-4

issue

8

eissn

0364-2348

issn

1432-2161

journal_volume

24

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