Peripheral Nerve Induced Dystonia





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Published on Feb 20, 2010

This is me and my name is Jonas.

Right Shoulder Neuropathy - Idiopathic Brachial Neuritis - w/ symptoms of Peripheral Nerve Induced Dystonia.

Right scapula is winged. Dystonic movements radiate from underneath the armpit. The area that spasms under my armpit is the location of an EMG test with a needle on September 14th, 2009.

Origin Annotations mean the place where the dystonic movements radiate from.

Basic description of the symptoms:
The area affected is from the base of the neck (right side) all the way down to the right leg. The right arm is affected by the jolts, spasms, jerks, twists, pulls, pushes, and so forth. Rapid vibration (uncontrollable shakes) occur from the elbow to the wrist. The hand shakes even more and the fingers curl. The right leg stiffens (cramps) and is unable to bend normally.

The area underneath my armpit is the location where the dystonic movement radiate from.


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