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PTS is a common condition associated with sudden, acute, severe elbow pain followed by severe amyotrophy
8 34/F/1 Intercostal allodynia Controlled with amitriptyline Post-thoracotomy syndrome 9 83/F/3 Paraesthesia and Persistent weakness left arm Brachial plexopathy at fracture level 10 53/M/3 Pain in wrist with Persistent difficulty making fist Ulnar axonopathy at surgical site 11 69/M/3 Weakness of wrist Improving extension (day 10) Post-viral neuralgic amyotrophy.
AIt may be neuralgic amyotrophy, where the nerves to the muscles around the shoulder are damaged.
Pure lower motor neuron (LMN) bulbar signs, including tongue amyotrophy or fasciculation, or neurogenic damages of EMG in tongue, sternocleidomastoid or upper trapezius muscles,[sup][12],[13] were more common in IBP compared to PBP (IBP, 42%; PBP, 20%; P = 0.
Objective: The purpose of this paper is to describe chiropractic management of a patient with neuralgic amyotrophy (NA) and to provide discussion regarding presentation, differential diagnosis, management and prognosis of idiopathic NA.
Hirayama disease is characterised by focal amyotrophy with unilateral or asymmetric bilateral weakness and wasting of muscles innervated by C7, C8 and T1.
Inflammatory neuropathy is much more common in the upper limb and known as the Parsonage-Turner syndrome or neuralgic amyotrophy (NA).
Other diseases include amyotrophy, osteoporosis and increased fracture risk, carpal tunnel syndrome, adhesive capsulitis of shoulder, trigger finger and limited joint mobility.
Neuralgic amyotrophy (paralytic brachial neuritis) with special reference to prognosis.

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