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Related to brachial palsy: Erb's palsy, brachial plexus, Shoulder dystocia
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Brachial palsy occurs in presence of impression on cervical and throcal nerve roots due to birth-related trauma.
Familial congenital brachial palsy. Am J Med Genet.
The cumulative effect of a number of risk factors may have contributed to the development of the brachial palsy. Factors present in this case include patient positioning and body habitus, central venous cannulation and previous oncological chemotherapy.
There is increased incidence of cephalo-pelvic disproportion resulting in instrumental delivery or cesarean section, shoulder dystocia, clavicle injuries, and brachial palsy. There is a much higher incidence of meconium staining, premature aspiration of meconium (in utero), meconium aspiration syndrome, and more reports of "failure to thrive" babies.