RIGHT Wrist drop

A 65 year old male who is blind came with complaints of difficulty in using Right hand since morning after wakeup. C/o Numbness and tingling sensation of right hand. C/o difficulty in buttoning and unbuttoning the shirt. C/o decreased sensation of right hand. No comorbidities in the past. Vitals -BP 150/90mmhg, CBG-265mg, PR-83/min. Referred this case to highercenter for experts opinion and management. Please share your views regarding this case.

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Wrist drop characterised by hanging flaccid of tha hand from the wrist is due to radial nerve palsy which enervates extensor muscles of wrist and digits. May be due to A. Iatrogenic during surgery arround shoulder accidental injury to post cord of brachial plexus nerve root of radial nerve. B. Due to compression by bandage or splint C. Nutritional deficiency. Treatment as per the cause of the disease.

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Radial nerve palsy tends to wrist drop. Needs immediate Orthotics management of wrist drop and fingers keeping functional position. Customized Dynamic cock up splint with fingers and wrist extension assist as well as thumb to keep in abduction as much as possible.

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Wrist drop Radial nerve palsy NCS to rule out other nerve involvement

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? RADIAL NERVE PALSY .. WITH .. ASSOCIATED .. WRIST DROP ..

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Radial nerve palsy Ad Nerve conduction velocity

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Wrist drop ... with hyperglycemia and HTN... go for a CT scan to rule out any neurological disorder association

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Wrist drop Radial nerve palsy NCV study Refer to neurosurgeon

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