Brachial plexopathy: a review of traumatic and nontraumatic causes.

@article{Tharin2014BrachialPA,
  title={Brachial plexopathy: a review of traumatic and nontraumatic causes.},
  author={Baxter D Tharin and Jonathan A Kini and Gerald E. York and John L. Ritter},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={2014},
  volume={202 1},
  pages={W67-75}
}
OBJECTIVE This article reviews brachial plexus anatomy in the context of key landmarks, illustrates common findings of traumatic and nontraumatic causes of brachial plexopathies, describes symptoms associated with these maladies, and explains how proper diagnosis impacts clinical decisions. CONCLUSION Knowledge of brachial plexus anatomy and of the imaging sequelae of traumatic and nontraumatic plexopathies enables the radiologist to more easily identify these afflictions, thereby… CONTINUE READING
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