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The following Conditions are related to Shoulder

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  • Cleidocranial dysplasia

    Cleidocranial dysplasia is a rare skeletal dysplasia characterized by short stature, distinctive facial features and narrow, sloping shoulders caused by defective or absent collarbones (clavicles). Major symptoms may include premature closing of the soft spot on the head (coronal), delayed closure of the space between the bones of the skull (fontanels), narrow and abnormally shaped pelvic and pubic bones and deformations in the chest (thoracic  Read More

  • Duchenne's paralysis

    Duchenne's paralysis is also known as Brachial plexus palsy and Erb's palsy. This disease is one type of paralysis in the arm, which is caused by an injury to nerves that control and supply the muscles of the shoulder and upper extremities. 1. This disease is commonly seen in newborns and may cause difficult deliveries. 2. In adults, the cause of this disease is typically an injury that has caused stretching  Read More

  • Erb-duchenne palsy

    Muscle weakness in the arm or shoulder known as erb-duchenne palsy can be brought on by an injury received either during birth or later in life. It most frequently affects newborns whose shoulders were damaged after birth. While some cases cure on their own. Symptoms 1. Elbow, arm, and shoulder are all impacted by Erb's palsy. Your hand muscles are generally unaffected, although your hands could feel  Read More

  • Thoracic outlet syndrome (tos)

    Thoracic outlet syndrome is a condition whereby symptoms are produced from compression of nerves or blood vessels, or both, because of an inadequate passageway through an area (thoracic outlet) between the base of the neck and the armpit. Thoracic outlet syndrome symptoms include neck pain, shoulder pain, arm pain, numbness and tingling of the fingers, impaired circulation to th  Read More

  • Upper brachial plexus palsy, erb-duchenn...

    The nerve disorder of upper brachial plexus palsy, erb-duchenne causes weakness or loss of muscle function in the shoulder and arm. Five nerves that run from the spine to the arm and hand are together known as the brachial plexus. Your shoulder, arms, and hands can feel and move thanks to these nerves. Upper brachial plexus palsy, erb-duchenne is the medical term for when these brachial plexus nerves are damaged o  Read More