This retrospective study assessed the long-term outcome of brachial plexus neuropathy in 16 patients. The mean follow up was 8 years. Nine patients complained of persistent pain and muscle weakness, four had continuing problems with various activities of daily living and 11 had trouble with some housekeeping activities. Furthermore, eight of the patients had to change their occupation.
|Number of pages
|Journal of Hand Surgery-British and European Volume
|Published - Oct-2000
- NEURALGIC AMYOTROPHY