Traumatic Lesions Of The Brachial Plexus

Brachial plexus injury leading to spinal cord avulsion produces a constant crushing and intermittent shooting pain, which is often intractable. Pain in patients with brachial plexus injury can be severe, disabling, and persist for years. Pain tends to be worse in patients who do not show recovery. Deafferentation pain is particularly difficult to treat. It is suggested that this pain might be alleviated after successful repair with intercostal nerve transfer, and coincides with or is preceded by the return of function.53

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