Normal Anatomy vs. Internal Rotation Contracture of the Left Shoulder - No Text

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Normal Anatomy vs. Internal Rotation Contracture of the Left Shoulder – No Text

This exhibit compares the normal anterior shoulder anatomy of a child and internal rotation contracture. Erb-Duchenne paralysis (also known as Erb’s palsy) is a brachial palsy that occurs as a result of injury to the 5th and 6th cervical nerve roots. Characteristic arm position includes adduction of the arm, internal rotation of the shoulder joint, and pronation of the forearm.

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