Parsonage Turner Syndrome

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Nurses Edition Commentary

Kathy Garvin, RN and Lisa Chavez, RN
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andrew d. -

SO cool! Literally the day I listened to this I saw a guy (again) with right shoulder pain. Intermittent - didn't fit any particular pattern - nothing to suggest the normal stuff OR life threatening causes. Sharp, worse at night, shoots down arm, some weakness at times. I actually had him do half a push up against the wall and noted slight scapular winging. I suggested (just like I did last year when I saw him) to get an MRI and printed out info on Parsonage-Turner Syndrome citing this as a possible cause. He was so happy to have a potential diagnosis other than "probably your tendons or nerves - here are some pills." Thank you again EMRAPers!!!!

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