Brachial plexus injuries can be difficult to diagnose and manage. A combination of injury history, as well as radiology, electrodiagnostics, and physical exam skills can aid in this diagnosis. While some patients will regain function spontaneously, many require surgical reconstruction. Surgical options have changed with technological advances in microsurgery, and the availability of long-term outcome data following plexus reconstruction.
|Number of pages||5|
|State||Published - Jan 1 2006|