Isolated proximal musculocutaneous nerve palsy: case report.

Abstract

Isolated musculocutaneous nerve injury is extremely rare. The few reported cases were associated with heavy exercises and violent extension of the forearm. The lesions in those cases were below the coracobrachialis muscle, involving the biceps, brachialis, and cutaneous nerves of the forearm. This patient's lesion was unique, located proximal to the… (More)

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