An unusual case of thoracic outlet syndrome associated with long distance running.

Abstract

An amateur marathon runner presented with symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome after long distance running. He complained of numbness on the C8 and T1 dermatome bilaterally. There were also symptoms of heaviness and discomfort of both upper limbs and shoulder girdles. These symptoms could be relieved temporarily by supporting both upper limbs on a rail or… (More)

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@article{Leung1999AnUC, title={An unusual case of thoracic outlet syndrome associated with long distance running.}, author={Y F Leung and O. M. Chung and Paul Siu-Po Ip and Allison Wong and Y. L. Wai}, journal={British journal of sports medicine}, year={1999}, volume={33 4}, pages={279-81} }