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Costoclavicular Syndrome

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Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is a syndrome involving compression at the superior thoracic outlet involving compression of a neurovascular bundle passing between the anterior scalene and middle scalene. It can affect the brachial plexus (nerves that pass into the arms from the neck), an... Read more on Wikipedia

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What patients are saying about Costoclavicular Syndrome

14 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
I have come across Costoclavicular Syndrome and have had...
...is Costoclavicular Syndrome? During my searches for ...TOC flare up, I have come across Costoclavicular Syndrome and have h...
called costoclavicular syndrome,c8 and T1 nerve roots are...
  its called costoclavicular syndrome,c8 and T1 nerve roots are stretched,leads to ulnar nerve...
syndrome (thoracic outlet syndrome) -- pallor...
...clavicle first and then subclavian and then 1st rib. costoclavicular syndrome (thoracic outlet syndrome) -- pallor and coldness of skin...
syndrome/anterior scalene syndrome - TOS components...
...a link to information about: costoclavicular syndrome/anterior scalene syndrome - TOS components I have had similar pains and a quick google...
Hyperabduction syndrome Upper thoracic neurovascular...
...rib syndrome Scalenus anterior syndrome Costoclavicular syndrome Hyperabduction syndrome Upper thoracic neurovascular...
Hyperabduction syndrome Upper thoracic neurovascular...
...rib syndrome Scalenus anterior syndrome Costoclavicular syndrome Hyperabduction syndrome Upper thoracic neurovascular...
syndrome/anterior scalene syndrome - TOS components...
Could you post a link to information about: costoclavicular syndrome/anterior scalene syndrome - TOS components I have had similar pains and a quick google search yielded nothing intelligible...
Hyperabduction syndrome Pectoralis minor syndrome...
...rib syndrome Scalenus anticus syndrome Costoclavicular syndrome Hyperabduction syndrome Pectoralis minor ...scalenus anticus syndrome, the costoclavicular syndrome and the...
syndrome, the joints around the cervicothoracic...
...pec syndromes, soft tissue therapy and stretching should help. With costoclavicular syndrome, the joints around the cervicothoracic junction need to be...
(i.e. costoclavicular syndrome), but most of my patients...
...anything. Extremity adjustments may help in certain cases (i.e. costoclavicular syndrome), but most of my patients had the hyperabduction form...
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