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Left hand thinner than right hand, right side was numb, muscle problem. Possible reason?

26 year old male 56 kg i have noticed my left hand is thinner than my right hand.the difference is obvious.overall my left side is weaker but i have noticed in past my shoulder , bicep but i noticed my hand being thinner just few days ago.i hope it is not some disease like polio . i also had some neck muscle problem like 4 years ago that made my right side was a gym injury but that became better 2 years ago.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Good morning. thinner right hank with weakness is something which shoukd be examined detailed. i want to know what is muscle power. which muscles u have weakness which inturn related to which root. what is status of radial. median ulnar and musculocutanous nerves. and after that u should regularly do physio to all the muscles. Thank u
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