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Brachial plexus is a network of nerves in the shoulder that carries movements and sensory signals from the spinal cord to the arms and hands. Injuries occur following trauma to the neck. They can cause pain, weakness and numbness in the arm and hand. Most people with minor brachial plexus injuries recover 90-100%of the normal function of their arms. Surgery is often required in severe brachial plexus injuries.

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