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A 32-year-old mechanic developed severe left neck pain at work. Two days later, he experienced left arm weakness, particularly shoulder and elbow flexion; after another 2 days, he noted numbness at the left jaw angle. Examination revealed weakness in the C5 myotome, absent biceps reflex, but no facial or jaw numbness.


Colin Quinn, Johnny Salameh. Vertebral artery dissection causing an acute C5 radiculopathy. Neurology. 2013 Sep 17;81(12):1101

PMID: 24042574

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