Brachial plexus injury secondary to pseudoaneurysm of axillary artery after glenohumeral dislocation: case report☆


Lesions of the axillary artery and consequent compression of the brachial plexus are extremely rare in patients with glenohumeral dislocation and may have greatly varying clinical manifestations. This joint is one of the most affected by dislocation in the human body, accounting for approximately 45% of cases. Less than 1% of patients with shoulder… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.rboe.2017.06.004


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