Brachial Plexus Compression Following Peraxillary Artery Angiography

Gierson, Eugene D.; Kilpatrick, William
December 1974
Angiology;Dec1974, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p777
Academic Journal
We report a case of nerve compression by hematoma following peraxillary artery angiography. We urge early operation for such patients to avoid permanent neurologic damage of the arm, and cite evidence from the literature to support our view.


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