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Intercostobrachial Nerve Entrapment Syndrome

Authors: KATHLEEN M. WOOD MD

Abstract

ABSTRACTFive patients with intercostobrachial nerve entrapment syndrome are reported. The pain in this syndrome has three aspects: somatic stimulus, perceptual surround, and behavioral response. Each must be dealt with appropriately. The distribution of the pain, its anatomic basis, and its treatment are discussed.

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