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nbme20/Block 1/Question#10 (47.0 difficulty score)
A 77-year-old woman has been having ...
C7-T1 foraminal stenosis🔍,📺
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sugaplum  Also to add: since it is a bilateral sx it is more likely to be coming from the spinal cord then from equal compression of ulnar nerve (in guyons canal) on both sides. unless she is a cyclist +28  
thefoggymist  shouldn't the other nerves of the same roots be affected? +1  
thefoggymist  shouldn't the other nerves of the same roots be affected? +  
charcot_bouchard  Not really. In klumpeke paralysis ulnar nerve s/s dominates (Almost same cause) +  
topgunber  is this related to RA? Where there is cervical subluxation or am I going nuts +