Dead arm syndrome

What is Dead arm syndrome?

Sensory diminution or loss in the arm after anterior shoulder dislocation or subluxation.

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I am having arhoscopy of my shoulder for a full thichness rotator cuff tear and a slap tear in 2 weeks or longer if I choose too. I haven't smoked...

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I'm 24 year old boy , I need 1 help.. My left shoulder is small compared to my right shoulder . And when ever i rotate the left hand...

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It can be ligament injury

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Im a 53 year old male with history of left shoulder problems , surgery in 94 labrum tear ancher repair, 2nd injury in 2012 , 8 months ago, shoulder...

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Im a 53 year old male with history of left shoulder problems , surgery in 94 labrum tear ancher repair, 2nd injury in 2012 , 8 months ago, shoulder...

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I am having arhoscopy of my shoulder for a full thichness rotator cuff tear and a slap tear in 2 weeks or longer if I choose too. I haven't smoked...

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Hi, I hurt my shoulder in the past (popped my bursa) and lately it has been feeling weak and I have been getting a dead arm sort of feel to it and...

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Hi Doctor, I m 24 year old boy , I need 1 help.. My left shoulder is small compared to my right shoulder . And when ever i rotate the left hand...

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