Original Article

Neurologic Changes with Excessively Large Breasts

Authors: BERNARD L. KAYE, MD, DMD

Abstract

The author directs attention to the high frequency of hypesthesia in the ulnar distribution of the hands and the occasional accompanying motor weakness in women with large breasts. He believes these manifestations are a variant of the syndrome of compression of the thoracic outlet.

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