Most commonly, injury to the axillary nerve is a more mild form of injury called neuropraxia. This means that it typically recovers fully.
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick ViewAxillary nerve neurapraxia ('regimental patch sign'): — brachial plexus damage also possible. Posterior glenohumeral dislocation
by CAN Blockade - 2009The occurrence of transient neuropraxia of the brachial plexus can be as high as .. Nerve lesions after axillary blocks. Acta Anaesth Scand 1979; 23:27
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobatby GS Perlmutter - 1998 - Cited by 27 - Related articlespostoperative axillary nerve neurapraxia in 40 shoulders following capsular shift procedures, de- spite having taken care to protect the axillary nerve.
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick Viewby CS Modi - 2008 - Cited by 4 - Related articles16 No. 2, August 2008. Axillary artery injury secondary to displaced proximal humeral fractures 245 presumed to be secondary to neuropraxia during surgery.
by SP Steinmann - 2001 - Cited by 25 - Related articlesMost axillary nerve lesions occur in closed injuries and are either neurapraxia or axonotmesis, for both of which there is a good overall prognosis for
by AJ Lee - 2009 - Related articlesThe injury was complicated on the right by an axillary nerve palsy which most often as an axillary nerve or other brachial plexus neuropraxia.
by D Paladini - 1996 - Cited by 17 - Related articlesEntrapment neuropathy of anterior branch of axillary nerve: report of case. Axillary compression syndrome with neurapraxia due to operative positioning.
by J Degrande - 1995 - Cited by 1 - Related articlesIn a retrospective study of 94 cases with a traumatic axillary nerve lesion, Neurapraxia was found in 6.4% of the patients. Partial axonotmesis was a
The brachial plexus and axillary artery are near to the proximal humerus and can be which was presumed to be secondary to neuropraxia during surgery.
File Format: PDF/Adobe AcrobatAxillary arterial punctures; angiogram and nerve blocks. Surgical traction. • Mostly neuropraxia, some severed. • Rotators cuff tears stretch nerves.
File Format: Microsoft Powerpoint - View as HTMLNeurapraxia -- temporary paralysis of a nerve caused by lack of blood flow or . Lesions in or above the axilla : Paralysis and wasting of all the muscles
1 Nov 2009 Axillary neurapraxia can also result in an inferiorly subluxed humeral component. Recognition of an axillary nerve injury preoperatively is
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick Viewby YM Lewicky - 2006 - Cited by 2 - Related articlesneuropraxia of the axillary nerve because of overly aggressive anterior deltoid retraction to obtain adequate proximal humeral exposure.
7 Sep 2010 Associated axillary nerve or radial nerve neuropraxia have been described. Differential diagnoses have been described as shoulder contusion,