Editorial

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome A Comprehensive Evaluation

Authors: PAUL E. STANTON JR. MD, DAVID A. McCLUSKY JR. MD, H. DALE RICHARDSON MD, PANO A. LAMIS MD

Abstract

ABSTRACTUsing various modalities, we analyzed 110 patients with thoracic outlet compression syndrome who had extensive evaluation. Nerve conduction velocities and Directional Doppler studies are the most useful adjuncts in diagnosis. Diagnosis and selection of the proper treatment of these patients will be outlined.

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