Complete brachial plexus paralysis, a rare complication of clavicular fractures: a case report

Authors

  • Dahmane ELHAIRECH Neurosurgery Department, Souss Massa University Hospital, Agadir City, Morocco
  • Saloua KANAZY Neurosurgery Department, Souss Massa University Hospital, Agadir City, Morocco
  • Bouchra Rherissi Laboratory of Cellular Biology and Molecular Genetics, Faculty of Sciences, IBN ZOHR University, Agadir, Morocco
  • Nadia EL KADMIRI Laboratory of Cellular Biology and Molecular Genetics, Faculty of Sciences, IBN ZOHR University, Agadir, Morocco
  • Mohamed LMEJATTI Neurosurgery Department, Souss Massa University Hospital, Agadir City, Morocco

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51437/jgns.v4i1.464

Keywords:

brachial plexus paralysis, clavicular fractures, recovery, surgery

Abstract

Purpose: Collar bone fractures complicated by complete brachial plexus palsy are rare.  

Case Report: We report the observation of a young man aged 30, who presented following a road accident with a left midclavicular fracture with shifted fragments and a small ipsilateral acromioclavicular diastasis.  

Conclusion: The course was marked by recovery in the first months with sequelae mono paresis.

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Published

2024-06-29