The anatomy of the accessory nerve and cervical lymph node biopsy.

Abstract

Injury to the accessory nerve is the most frequent complication of surgical procedures in the posterior triangle of the neck. The symptoms produced by paralysis of the trapezius are disabling. The components of this disability are pain, limitation of abduction, and drooping of the affected shoulder. A detailed knowledge of the course of the nerve and its… (More)

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