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Old 18-05-2006, 06:21 PM   #1
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Default Doctor Heavey Hand !

Hi all :

I meet many cases of Erb,s palsy in my town for 5 years now working .I noticed the same cases of Erb,s palsy occur nearly with the same Obstetric and Gynecologic doctors Am I right ?

So there is one of 2 possibilities :

#They can not take the correct decision when to choose to go surgically .
#They have heavey hands on the kids during the birth process ,which could
put load /traction/stress on the brachial plexus .

I took the chance to discuss with some of them to avoid thus , they reasoned saying one conclusion ,speaking is completely different from real work during labor process!!

What are your Views???

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