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Schwannoma of the common peroneal nerve
Figure 1: a) Sagittal T2-weighted MRI showing a hyperintense lesion along the common peroneal nerve lying between the biceps femoris tendon and lateral head of gastrocnemius muscle (arrow); b) Lesion was not suppressed by fat suppression sequence. (arrow).
Anaesthesia in prostate biopsy