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Supporting item 1: Lateromedial radiographic image of the same limb as shown on Figure 3, obtained immediately after injection of radiodense contrast medium around the lateral palmar nerve from a lateral approach. Dorsal is to the left. The contrast medium is distributed in an elongated pattern (arrow).

Supporting item 2: Palmaromedial aspect of a carpus showing distribution of methylene blue solution around the lateral palmar nerve (arrow) and medial and lateral palmar metacarpal nerves (arrowheads) following perineural injection of the lateral palmar nerve from a lateral approach. Medial is to the left.

Supporting item 3: Dorsopalmar radiographic image obtained immediately after injection of radiodense contrast medium around the lateral palmar nerve from a lateral approach. Medial is to the left. The radiological appearance of the contrast medium suggests distribution within the carpal sheath (arrows).

Supporting item 4: Palmaromedial aspect of a carpus showing distribution of methylene blue solution following perineural injection of the lateral palmar nerve from a medial approach. Medial is to the left. There is a small patch of dye around the injection site (arrowhead). Dye was identified distributed along the median nerve (1 arrow) and the palmar branch of the ulnar nerve (2 arrows).

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