PTS, also called brachial neuritis or neuralgic amyotrophy
, occurred in 4 of the 15 patients
The clinical spectrum of neuralgic amyotrophy
in 246 cases.
8 34/F/1 Intercostal allodynia Controlled with amitriptyline Post-thoracotomy syndrome 9 83/F/3 Paraesthesia and Persistent weakness left arm Brachial plexopathy at fracture level 10 53/M/3 Pain in wrist with Persistent difficulty making fist Ulnar axonopathy at surgical site 11 69/M/3 Weakness of wrist Improving extension (day 10) Post-viral neuralgic amyotrophy
associated with hepatitis E virus.
2004), Patients in some families demonstrated not only parkinsonism but also dementia and amyotrophy
Guillain-Barre syndrome, neuralgic amyotrophy
, acute transverse myelitis) and acute HEV infection has been suggested (9-13).
Long-term pain, fatigue, and impairment in neuralgic amyotrophy
An incapacitating brachial diplegia with amyotrophy
persisted after 6 months.
The differential diagnosis at this time included plexopathy, radiculopathy, peripheral neuropathy, and idiopathic (neuralgic) amyotrophy
or proximal diabetic neuropathy an immune-mediated condition?
(MMA) is a benign motor neuron disorder (MIND) in the young with male predominance (1,2).