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Four cases of a painful abdominal syndrome are presented, the pain occurring in the distribution of the medial cutaneous branch of the 7th--12th intercostal nerves. The diagnosis presents difficulties because of severe abdominal pain. In 2 cases the clinical observations were corroborated by EMG findings. The symptoms, physical manifestations, mode of… (More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Compensatory stepping reactions are important responses to prevent a fall following a postural perturbation. People with hemiparesis following a stroke show delayed initiation and execution of stepping reactions and often are found to be unable to initiate these steps with the more-affected limb. This case report describes a targeted… (More)
A 52-year-old man developed isolated atrophy of the infraspinatus muscle. The suprascapular nerve was compressed at the spinoglenoid notch by a hypertrophied inferior transverse scapular ligament.