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Multiple bilateral forearm nodules

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44 year-old female with several month history of firm, painful nodules involving the bilateral forearms. MRI with contrast of the left (Fig. 1) and right (Fig. 2) forearms was performed. Excision of a painful right forearm nodule was also performed (Fig. 3).

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a Axial TI, b axial PD fat sat and c axial T1 fat sat with contrast of the left forearm

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a Coronal TI, b coronal PD fat sat and c coronal T1 fat sat with contrast of the right forearm

Fig. 3

Hematoxylin and eosin stained sections of the excised right forearm nodule at a 40x and b 100x magnification

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Correspondence to Robert W. Morris.

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Morris, R.W., Al Hmada, Y., Chaudry, J.R. et al. Multiple bilateral forearm nodules. Skeletal Radiol 49, 641–643 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00256-019-03295-w

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