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Sciatic schwannoma of the thigh detected on bone scan

A case report

      Abstract

      Sciatic nerve schwannomas are rare and may present diagnostic difficulties. This case was incidentally detected on a three-phase bone scan to rule out reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) of the right foot.

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