dorsal root ganglion syndrome

dorsal root ganglion syndrome

Neurology A condition characterized by severe pain without sensory loss in the arm, caused by a hyperflexion or hyperextension injury to the cervical region, exacerbated by flexion or extension of the head Etiology Injury and/or hemorrhage around the dorsal root ganglion
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