Sensory and motor function impairment after brachial plexuscord compression by a pedicled latissimus dorsi flap.

Abstract

A case of neuropraxia of the sensory and motor nerve fibres of the brachial plexus is reported after successful transfer of an ipsilateral pedicled myocutaneous latissimus dorsi flap to reconstruct a large-volume tissue defect in the neck resulting from a shotgun injury.

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@article{Siegmund2001SensoryAM, title={Sensory and motor function impairment after brachial plexuscord compression by a pedicled latissimus dorsi flap.}, author={Christian J Siegmund and John V. Tighe}, journal={British journal of plastic surgery}, year={2001}, volume={54 5}, pages={449-51} }