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Axillary nerve dysfunction

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Axillary Nerve Dysfunction
Overview, Causes, & Risk Factors
Symptoms & Signs
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Prevention & Expectations
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Axillary nerve dysfunction is a form of peripheral neuropathy. It occurs when there is damage to the axillary nerve, which supplies the deltoid muscles of the shoulder. A problem with just one nerve group, such as the axillary nerve, is called mononeuropathy.

Axillary nerve dysfunction
Common peroneal nerve dysfunction
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Cranial mononeuropathy III; compression type
Cranial mononeuropathy III; diabetic type
Cranial mononeuropathy VI
Cranial mononeuropathy VII
Femoral nerve dysfunction
Radial nerve dysfunction ...

axillary nerve dysfunction
carpal tunnel syndrome
common peroneal nerve dysfunction
cranial mononeuropathy
femoral neuropathy
radial nerve dysfunction
ulnar nerve dysfunction
unilateral foot drop
sciatic nerve dysfunction
thoracic/lumbar radiculopathy ...

Axillary nerve dysfunction
Becker's muscular dystrophy
Brachial plexopathy
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Cervical spondylosis
Common peroneal nerve dysfunction
Denervation (reduced nerve stimulation of a muscle)
Dermatomyositis
Distal median nerve dysfunction
Duchenne muscular dystrophy ...

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Brachial plexopathy
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (hereditary)
Common peroneal nerve dysfunction
Distal median nerve dysfunction
Mononeuritis multiplex
Mononeuropathy
Necrotizing vasculitis
Neurosarcoidosis
Radial nerve dysfunction
Tibial nerve dysfunction ...

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Neuropathy, Trauma, Mononeuropathy, Injury, Weakness?

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