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Brachial neuritis is a rare association with dengue fever, reported first time in literature by Verma recently20.
KEY WORDS: chiropractic, neuralgic amoytraophy Parsonage-Turner syndrome, brachial neuritis
1,2) Though NA is also known as Parsonage-Turner syndrome, it may additionally be referred to as acute brachial neuritis, acute brachial plexitis, acute brachial neuropathy, Kiloh-Nevin syndrome, brachial plexus neuropathy, idiopathic brachial plexopathy, idiopathic brachial neuritis, localized neuritis of the shoulder girdle, multiple neuritis of the shoulder girdle, paralytic brachial neuritis, serum neuritis, shoulder girdle neuritis, or shoulder girdle syndrome.
Brachial neuritis caused by Varicella-Zoster diagnosed by changes in brachial plexus on MRI.
Over the course of the next five years, the symptoms became more intense, and Herb's "diagnoses" from various doctors ranged from thyroid problems and brachial neuritis to a manifestation of psychological issues.
The next most frequent manifestation was PTS, also called brachial neuritis or neuralgic amyotrophy, which was found in 4 patients.
We suspect that the tetanus portion of the vaccination produced TM in our patient because vaccination with tetanus toxoid has been mainly associated with neurological side effects such as recurrent episodes of Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), brachial neuritis, peripheral neuropathy, encephalomyeloneuropathy and TM (17-22).
A pain down the buttock or the back of the thigh is not sciatica from nerve-root pressure but merely a referred pain from a low back joint injury, in exactly the same way that pain about the region of the deltoid insertion is a referred pain in the case of a shoulder injury, and not a brachial neuritis from a cervical disc protrusion.
16) described a case of bilateral diaphragm paresis secondary to brachial neuritis following thoracic HZ.
A total of five reports of seizures have been received, but there have been no reports of Guillain-Barre syndrome, brachial neuritis, transverse myelitis, or Bell's palsy.
Isolated unilateral brachial neuritis of the phrenic nerve (Parsonage-turner syndrome) in a marathon runner with exertional dyspnea.