Bilateral Predominant Radial Nerve Crutch Palsy: A Case Report

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Axillary crutch palsy, although well described in the literature, is rarely seen in clinical practice. Little has been written in the contemporary orthopaedic literature. The purpose of this case report is to report on a well-documented axillary crutch palsy with bilateral, predominantly radial, nerve dysfunction that resolved spontaneously in eight weeks.

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