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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Bilateral subcutaneously tunneled ESP catheters. (b) Coronal image depicting a bilateral spread of contrast in the paravertebral area (red arrow). (c) Axial plane depicting the bilateral spread of the contrast in the cervical erector spinae plane which also includes the dorsal rami (blue arrow). (d) Sagittal image depicting the catheter insertion at T2-3 and contrast spread below erector spinae muscle and in the paravertebral space

Figure 1: (a) Bilateral subcutaneously tunneled ESP catheters. (b) Coronal image depicting a bilateral spread of contrast in the paravertebral area (red arrow). (c) Axial plane depicting the bilateral spread of the contrast in the cervical erector spinae plane which also includes the dorsal rami (blue arrow). (d) Sagittal image depicting the catheter insertion at T2-3 and contrast spread below erector spinae muscle and in the paravertebral space