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Long Thoracic Neuropathy in Instrumental Musicians: An Often-unrecognized Cause of Shoulder Pain

Richard J. Lederman
From: Medical Problems of Performing Artists: Volume 11 Number 4: Page 116 (December 1996)

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Abstract: This article reports 5 instrumental musicians who had shoulder pain attributed to scapular instability and impaired motion associated with weakness of the serratus anterior muscle, due to long thoracic neuropathy.

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