Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications

An Open Access International Journal

P-ISSN: 0974-6455 E-ISSN: 2321-4007

Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications

An Open Access International Journal

Shiwani Karale1, Rakesh Kumar Jha2
and Dhruba Hari Chandi3

1MBBS First Year Student Datta Meghe Medical College, Nagpur.

2Department of Biochemistry Datta Meghe Medical College, Shalinitai Meghe Hospital and Research Centre Nagpur.

3Department of Microbiology Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha.

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Article Publishing History

Received: 16/04/2021

Accepted After Revision: 07/06/2021


In the upper portion of the body, the brachial plexus is a complex anatomical structure. The reorganization of efferent motor fibers from the various spinal cords to the several lateral branches directed to the upper limb muscles is possible thanks to this “network” of sensory nerves. The brachial plexus also arranges the corresponding data from the various areas cut off from the upper leg by separate spinal nerves. While severe brachial plexus damage is an unusual clinical and medical condition, it has had serious effects on upper leg motor and nerve function. The brachial plexus can be seriously injured in some sports, such as martial arts, with only intermittent effects and complete recovery. A cornerstone of the examination of athletes with brachial plexus fractures is clinical examination. Magnetic resonance imaging and high-frequency ultrasound are examples of electro diagnostic experiments and thought methods that may aid in identifying the lesion, determining suitable care, and determining a successful prognosis. Depending on the extent of injury, a number of maintenance and surgical procedures may be used, as well as a variety of recovery services to help the athlete return to their full degree of operation. Review  the different types of brachial plexus injuries. Describe the signs and symptoms of a brachial plexus injury. Write a summary of a patient’s brachial plexus damage examination. Describe why improved care coordination across multinational professional teams is critical. To evaluate the correct and advanced direction of surgical care, the practicing physician should use anatomical technology in the clinical presentation and successfully use radiographic and electro diagnostic tests. With a greater understanding of this condition and its structure, the prospects for patients with brachial plexus injuries will begin to improve.


Brachial Plexus, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, High-Frequency Ultrasound, Spinal Nerves and Brachial Plexus Injury

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