Winged Scapula Syndrome in Long Thoracic Nerve Neuropathy (Clinical Case, Differential Diagnosis)
Keywords:long thoracic nerve, neuropathy, winged scapula syndrome, differential diagnosis
The article presents the clinical case of winged scapula syndrome due to isolated long thoracic nerve neuropathy. There were discussed the main causes, clinical picture and the management of long thoracic nerve injuries, as well as the issues of differential diagnosis for winged scapula syndrome of neurogenic origin.
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