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Topic Title: axillary nerve damage
Created On: 11/10/2004 04:03 PM
 
 11/10/2004 04:03 PM

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mlneeser

I am 62 and got thrown off the back of a golf cart at full speed into a concrete curb on my upper right arm. Lots of rotator cuff, labra, long head biceps damage. However, the deltoid is not firing due to axillary nerve damage. I am being told most injuries repair themselves but I have read that it may be completely transected due to the severity of the fall. Is there anyone out there who has had axillary nerve surgery?
     
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