Isolated Cervical Rib Fracture: A Rare Etiology of Thoracic
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A 45-year-old woman, normotensive, nondiabetic, presented at the outpatient clinic of our institute. Her chief complaints were progressive pain, numbness, and tingling along the inner surface of her left forearm and lateral aspect of the fifth finger for one month. She had a history of fall (on her left shoulder) from about three meters two months back. At that time she was admitted on short stay basis and after certain investigations she was discharged home. She had no other complaints and no history suggestive of tuberculosis. General physical examination was normal in all aspects. There was tenderness in the left supraclavicular region. Left upper limb was warm, nontender, and distal pulses were present. Reflexes were intact. Her motor functions were normal....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3350001/?report=reader#!po=30.0000
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