Beware the painful nerve palsy; neurostenalgia, a diagnosis not to be missed

Abstract

We present a case of painful radial nerve palsy following application of a humeral lengthening frame. At re-operation, the radial nerve was found to be compressed against a distal pin. This was re-sited providing immediate pain relief and a gradual resolution of the radial nerve palsy. Pain in association with a nerve palsy should alert the clinician to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11751-012-0143-6

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@inproceedings{Halliday2012BewareTP, title={Beware the painful nerve palsy; neurostenalgia, a diagnosis not to be missed}, author={Jane Lavinia Halliday and Tim Hems and Hamish Simpson}, booktitle={Strategies in trauma and limb reconstruction}, year={2012} }