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A Vighetto, C Grand, C Confavreux, G Aimard
Twenty nine cases of acute inflammatory brachial neuropathy were collected from 1969 to 1985. Only five cases could be considered as definite Parsonage Turner's "shoulder girdle" syndrome. The twenty four other cases were atypical with respect to this entity and were classified as symptomatic, evolutive, biological and/or associated forms. Symptomatic variants were present in twenty cases, consisting in distal or global motor deficit, or in painlessness. Evolution was atypical in four cases, with no recovery of motor deficit or relapsing course...
1988: Revue Neurologique
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