Erb's palsy

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Related to Erb's palsy: cerebral palsy, Klumpke's palsy
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Noun1.Erb's palsy - paralysis of the arm resulting from injury to the brachial plexus (usually during childbirth)
palsy, paralysis - loss of the ability to move a body part
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The child has a severe brachial plexus injury at multiple spinal levels resulting in Erb's palsy.
A diagnosis of Erb's palsy was made, and the patient was discharged home with an outpatient physiotherapy referral.
Prof Siobhan Quenby, of Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick and UHCW NHS Trust, said: "As well as being extremely traumatic and painful for the mother it can cause children to be born with conditions such as Erb's palsy, which is caused by damage to nerves in the neck during birth.
Courtney, now 16, developed a condition called Erb's palsy - causing reduced movement, grip and strength in her arm.
Erb's palsy means his right arm is shorter and partially paralysed.
But the pain endured was nothing compared to what the family went through when his daughter Harriet was diagnosed with Erb's palsy - a birthing injury that causes paralysis.
Paul Dodds, from Consett, County Durham, will take part in the 174-mile Hadrian's Way coast to coast bike ride with his son Troy, who suffers from Erb's Palsy.
The most common complication reported with SD was Erb's palsy. Only two cases of birth asphyxia and one case of stillbirth were reported.
Hence the spectrum of clinical manifestations produced by upper trunk injury in the present case will be entirely different from the classic Erb's palsy and may mislead the clinicians.
She said her inspiration had come from her cousin Dani Roberts, 16, of Great Barr, who suffers from Erb's Palsy, leaving her left arm paralysed.
Charlie Machin, aged 19, from West Bromwich, said her inspiration had been her cousin Dani Roberts, 16, who suffers from Erb's Palsy, which has left one of her arms paralysed.
The one-minute Apgar score and frequencies of hypoglycemia, respiratory distress, Erb's palsy, shoulder dystocia, congenital anomalies, and mortality were not significantly different between neonates of GDM and non-GDM mothers.