Pain following human brachial plexus injury with spinal cord root avulsion and the effect of surgery.

Abstract

Brachial plexus injury leading to spinal cord root avulsion in humans produces a characteristic constant crushing and intermittent shooting pain, which is often intractable. Preliminary observations suggested that this pain might be alleviated after successful nerve transfers to restore limb function. We therefore studied a group of 14 patients… (More)

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@article{Berman1998PainFH, title={Pain following human brachial plexus injury with spinal cord root avulsion and the effect of surgery.}, author={Jonathan S Berman and Rolfe Birch and Praveen Anand}, journal={Pain}, year={1998}, volume={75 2-3}, pages={199-207} }