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(Duchenne Erb paralysis)
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  • StatPearls: Erb Palsy [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Ali Citra Dewi M. CDM Tanta University Madhani Neal B. NB Kent Hospital
  • Erb palsy, or Erb-Duchenne paralysis, is one of most common neurological birth injuries. It is caused by injury to brachial plexus which form of C5, C6, C7, C8, and T1. These nerves network from the …
  • [Obstetric brachial palsy, a historical review]. [Historical Article]
  • RNRev Neurol 2012 Nov 16; 55(10):619-25
  • Collado-Vazquez S, Jimenez-Antona C, Carrillo JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Since the first clinical description of obstetric brachial palsy by Smellie and the reports of the different types of brachial palsy by Duchenne, Erb and Klumpke, many pathophysiological studies have been conducted. Notable developments have been made in conservative and surgical treatments, with very favourable recoveries being observed in children with obstetric brachial palsy.
  • Bypass coaptation for cervical root avulsion: indications for optimal outcome. [Case Reports]
  • NNeurosurgery 2009; 65(4 Suppl):A203-11
  • Yamada S, Lonser RR, … Won DJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: We recommend the bypass coaptation as a useful procedure for the following categories: Erb-Duchenne palsy due to C5 and C6 root avulsion in all ages, Klumpke palsy due to the C8 and T1 avulsion, and the flail arm due to C5 through T1 avulsion in young children. However, bypass procedures for the flail limb in adults require additional innovative methods to facilitate the growth rate of regenerating nerves.
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