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1 damage to the phrenic nerve as a result of trauma 2 formerly surgical crushing of a portion of the phrenic nerve This paralyses the diaphragm on the side operated upon which is then pushed upwards by the abdominal contents thus pressing on the lung and partially collapsing it This operation was formerly often combined with pneumoperitoneum in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis

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  • The diagnosis of doublecrush lesion in the L5 lumbar
    The diagnosis of doublecrush lesion in the L5 lumbar

    Background context A doublecrush lesion is a condition in which the lumbar nerve is compressed both medially and laterally in the spinal canal where diagnosis can be very difficult and is a factor leading to poor surgical success rates Purpose Diffusion tensor imaging DTI was used to determine DTI parameter fractional anisotropy FA values and apparent diffusion coefficient ADC in

  • Double Crush Syndrome PubMed
    Double Crush Syndrome PubMed

    Double crush syndrome is a distinct compression at two or more locations along the course of a peripheral nerve that can coexist and synergistically increase symptom intensity In addition dissatisfaction after treatment at one site may be the result of persistent pathology at another site along a peripheral nerve

  • Double Crush Syndrome JAAOS Journal of the American
    Double Crush Syndrome JAAOS Journal of the American

    a peripheral nerve Double crush syndrome is a controversial diagnosis some scientists and surgeons believe it is an illness construction that may do more harm than good because it emphasizes an objective pathophysiologic explanation for unexplained symptoms disability and dissatisfaction that may be more psychosocially mediated However peripheral neuropathy may coexist with compressive

  • Crush Injuries of the Hand Part I History Mechanism and
    Crush Injuries of the Hand Part I History Mechanism and

    Jun 20 2017 · This chapter the first of two deals with the basics of crush injuries of the hand as opposed to crush syndrome The definition is explained and the differences are outlined A journey through the historical review of the causative mechanisms gives the reader an insight into the machines inflicting a spectrum of injuries and their sequelae We see how the tools either remain the same or

  • Traumatic Crushing Injury of the Fingers Live Healthy
    Traumatic Crushing Injury of the Fingers Live Healthy

    Traumatic Crushing Injury of the Fingers Our hands and fingers are constantly exposed during daily tasks placing them at high risk for injury Crush injuries result from highenergy trauma affecting people of any age According to Hand the majority of hand trauma injuries in children are to the fingertips

  • surgical crushing of a stone medical term BINQ Mining
    surgical crushing of a stone medical term BINQ Mining

    what is surgical crushing of a nerve called – JustAnswer what is surgical crushing of a nerve called Customer Question medical term Submitted 2164 days and

  • Crush Trauma an overview ScienceDirect Topics
    Crush Trauma an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Staggered axon regeneration through a nerve injury site and accelerated axon outgrowth after brief 1 h lowfrequency 20 Hz electrical stimulation Retrograde labeling of femoral motoneurons regenerates their axons a into muscle and cutaneous nerve branches and b 15 mm into the distal femoral nerve stump after transection and surgical

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