Conduction studies along the accessory nerve and follow-up of patients with trapezius palsy.

@article{Petrera1984ConductionSA,
  title={Conduction studies along the accessory nerve and follow-up of patients with trapezius palsy.},
  author={J E Petrera and Werner Trojaborg},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={1984},
  volume={47 6},
  pages={630-6}
}
The accessory nerve was stimulated at the posterior triangle of the neck and responses were evoked simultaneously from the upper, middle and lower part of the trapezius muscle. Sixteen patients were investigated, 10 with trapezius palsy following surgical procedures at the posterior cervical triangle, three with a history suggestive of neuralgic amyotrophy… CONTINUE READING