Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Diagnosis and Treatment of an Axillary nerve injury
Abdelsalam Eid Abdelsalam , Mohamed Abdel Azeez Mohamed Ghieth , Faraj Fathi Basheir Alkarrami , Osam Mohamed Metwally
The diagnosis of axillary nerve injury can be challenging as a result of asymptomatic or subclinical presentation. While a complete and thorough physical examination should detect the identifying patterns of nerve injury, deltoid dysfunction initially may be masked in young patients with excellent compensatory mechanisms or those with difficulty complying with the examination. Objective: To determine the efficacy of nerve transfer procedures in the setting of axillary nerve palsy and factors affecting clinical outcomes. The purpose of this article is to diagnosis and treatment of an axillary nerve injury
Diagnosis, Nerve Injury, Axillary Nerve, musculocutaneous nerve.
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