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Answer: A- weakness or paralysis of the serratus anterior due to palsy of the long thoracic nerve is a common cause of a winged scapula.
There is also the possibility of Scoliosis in cases where there is a winged scapula, Look closely at this photo & note how the lumbar area is shifted to the left. While it could be due to the way the child is standing, it's difficult to be sure.
I have been diagnosed with a winged scapula. The doctor told me it would heal up in about 2 years. Is there any other way to stop this pain/fix it sooner? It is starting to negatively affect my back.
This is how the pain scale should look! Trust me, you're NOT a 10!
Medication cap flower badges! This is super cute!!
Haha...the things people ingest or insert.... and the stories ER staff could tell....
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What is the Diagnosis? a. Achondroplasia b. Ankylosing Spondylitis c. OSteogensis Imperfecta d. Pectus Excavatum e. Pneumothorax
only in orthopedics... ;)
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When someone says "my stomach hurts" they don't realize all the stuff running through a nurses mind