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tension

get on someone's nerves

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nerve yourself

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  • brace yourself
  • prepare yourself
  • steel yourself
  • fortify yourself
  • gear yourself up
  • gee yourself up

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In the whole population, approximately 1-2% of all shoulder pain is caused by suprascapular nerve impingement syndrome.
Bertelli JA, Ghizoni MF: Transfer of the accessory nerve to the suprascapular nerve in brachial plexus reconstruction.
Percutaneous radiofrequency lesioning of the suprascapular nerve for the management of chronic shoulder pain: A case series.
Preliminary study of suprascapular nerve block (SSNB) in hemiplegic shoulder pain.
The suprascapular nerve passes through the suprascapular notch which is converted into foramen by superior transverse scapular liga-ment.
The test indicated right suprascapular neuropathy at the suprascapular notch with supraspinatus and infraspinatus involvement, evidence of mild ongoing denervation and mild chronic neuropathic changes of the suprascapular nerve with absence of right cervical radiculopathy or brachial plexopathy.
Suprascapular nerve paralysis is one of the causes of forefoot lameness and is usually associated with trauma to the shoulder region (Weaver, 2004).
Local peri-scapular wasting, especially the supraspinatus muscle, viewed from above brings suprascapular nerve entrapment into the differential diagnosis.
Pain relief after arthroscopic shoulder surgery: A comparison of intra-articular analgesia, suprascapular nerve block, and interscalene brachial plexus block.
The pertinent anatomy for this paper includes the roots, the superior trunk, the suprascapular nerve, and the terminal branch nerves.
A fairly thick branch (about 1mm) from the suprascapular nerve innervated the muscle.
A potential risk is contact with the suprascapular nerve and the circumflex scapular vessels.
Most involve supraspinatus; blockade of suprascapular nerve thus ablates pain from spasm of this muscle, a predominant feature of the early postoperative pain.
Such a response may provide suspicion of a suprascapular nerve entrapment at either if these sites.
Initial diagnosis of suprascapular nerve entrapment at the suprascapular notch was made on the basis of clinical findings.