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A pentavalent approach for the evaluation of traumatic brachial plexopathy on MRI: correlation of macropattern and micropattern.

Macropattern analysis of traumatic brachial plexopathy (TBP) by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) encompasses localization of injured segments and determination of the severity of injury. The micropattern analysis implies the correlation of the MRI features of TBP with Sunderland's grading of the nerve injury, thereby guiding the management protocol. This review article presents a simplified novel pentavalent approach for the radiological anatomy of brachial plexus, MRI acquisition protocol for the evaluation of brachial plexus, cardinal imaging signs of TBP, and their correlation with Sunderland's microanatomical grading.

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