winged scapula


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winged scapula

n escápula alada
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A winged scapula and the weakness of neck flexor muscle could be observed in the two patients.
The shoulder syndrome after neck dissection was first described by Erwing and Martin in 1952, and it includes constant shoulder pain, shoulder tilt and drop, winged scapula, difficulty of shoulder retraction, restriction in anterior flexion movement and active abduction movements at shoulder joint, and abnormal electromyography findings [6].