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(Edema upper extremity)
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  • Complete Bilateral Brachial Plexus Injury from Rhabdomyolysis and Compartment Syndrome: Surgical Case Report. [Journal Article]
  • ONOper Neurosurg (Hagerstown) 2018 Oct 17
  • Tonetti DA, Tarkin IS, … Moossy JJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Neurosurgeons should include brachial plexus compression due to compartment syndrome in the differential diagnosis of patients with acute upper extremity weakness, particularly when associated with prolonged immobilization and/or substance abuse. Prompt surgical decompression should be performed in these patients if imaging and laboratory data suggest compartment syndrome and resultant neurological deficit.
  • Assessment of limb edema in pediatric post-thrombotic syndrome. [Journal Article]
  • RPRes Pract Thromb Haemost 2018; 2(3):591-595
  • Avila ML, Feldman BM, … Brandão LR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings suggest that patient/proxy-reported and clinician-assessed limb edema measure slightly different aspects of PTS, justifying their inclusion in pediatric PTS tools. In addition, proxy-reported swelling was in closer agreement with clinician-assessed total limb size (ie, observed edema), and patient-reported swelling in the LE seemed to reflect limb fluid content (ie, perceived edema).
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