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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Intraneural Perineurioma of the Median Nerve: Case Report and Literature Review.

MRI image of the right arm depicting the enlarged lobulated enhancing region of the median nerve. a Pre-contrast, b enhancing, and c subtraction image of pre and post contrast images.

Neil S. Sachanandani, et al. Hand (N Y). 2010 September;5(3):286-293.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Intraneural Perineurioma of the Median Nerve: Case Report and Literature Review.

Ultrasound image depicting a the enlarged portion of the right median nerve with a cross-sectional area 46.7 mm2 and b normal left median nerve with a cross-sectional area of 8.1 mm2. Bar = 1 cm, a = brachial artery.

Neil S. Sachanandani, et al. Hand (N Y). 2010 September;5(3):286-293.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Intraneural Perineurioma of the Median Nerve: Case Report and Literature Review.

This set of images shows our pathologic specimen of intraneural perineurioma with appropriate staining methods. a Epithelial membrane antigen. Original magnification ×1,000. Epithelial membrane antigen (EMA) positive staining shows pseudo-onion bulbs consisting of perineurial cells (arrow). b S-100 stain. Original magnification ×1,000. S-100 staining highlights scattered Schwann cells within the fascicles (arrow). This again shows that the whorls are not composed of Schwann cells and therefore are pseudo-onion bulbs. c Electron microscopy. Direct magnification ×2,500. Electron microscopy shows perineurial cells circumferentially enwrapping multiple axons (arrow). d Neurofilament stain. Original magnification ×1,000. Neurofilament staining highlights scattered axons within the fascicles, some of which are in clusters (arrow) surrounded by perineurial cells. In chronic lesions such as this, axons are scant or absent. e Collagen IV stain. Original magnification ×1,000. Collagen IV highlights perineurial cells’ basement membranes (arrow). High quantities of collagen deposition as seen in this image occur with long-standing lesions. f Hematoxylin and eosin stain. Original magnification ×100. A low power cross-section view of the affected nerve showing involved fascicles (arrows) and a relatively uninvolved fascicle (arrowhead). Involved fascicles are enlarged and hyperchromatic. g Hematoxylin and eosin stain. Original magnification ×400. Pseudo-onion bulbs (arrows) consisting of multilayer cuffs of perineurial cells surrounding single or multiple nerve fibers, seen at higher magnification in c. h Hematoxylin and eosin stain. Original magnification ×1,000. High power view showing large pseudo-onion bulbs surrounding multiple axons (arrow).

Neil S. Sachanandani, et al. Hand (N Y). 2010 September;5(3):286-293.

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