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PPT On Erb's Paralysis

Published in: MBBS Tuition | NEET | Physiology
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Erb's Paralysis or police man's tip hand occurs due to injury in upper trunk of brachial plexus.

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  1. Erb's Paralysis
  2. What is Erb's Point ? The region of the upper trunk of brachial PleXUS is called Erb's Point. l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Six nerves here . C5 Root C6 Root Suprascapular Nerve Nerve to SUbCIaviUS Anterior Division Posterior Division Anterior division Posterior division Suprascapular nerve Erb's point Nerve to subclavius
  3. Introduction l. 2. 3. Erb's paralysis is caused due to injury of Upper trunk where Erb's point is located. Injury is caused due to Undue separation of head from the shoulder. At the time of Birth Fall on shoulder During Anaesthesia
  4. MUSCIeS Paralysed l. 2. 3. 4. l. 2. 3. Mainly- Biceps Deltoid Brachialis Brachioradialis Partially - Supraspinatus Infraspinatus Supinator
  5. Deformity Arm : Hangs by the side, it is adducted and medially rotated. Forearm : Extended and pronated. The deformity is known as Police Man's Tip Hand Or Porter's Tip Hand, Nerve roots involved are - Mainly C5 and partly C6
  6. Disability l. 2. 3. 4. The Following movements are lost :- Abduction and lateral rotation of arm(ShouIder) Flexion and supination of forarm. Biceps and supinator jerks are lost. Sensations are lost over a small area over the lower part of deltoid.