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Posterior Interosseous Nerve Palsy due to Parosteal Lipoma

Posterior Interosseous Nerve Palsy due to Parosteal Lipoma Lipomas are extremely common benign soft tissue tumours that are usually subcutaneous and asymptomatic. Occasionally, lipomas can occur in deeper soft tissue planes and when adjacent to the neck of the radius they can cause compression of the posterior interosseous nerve. Five such cases are described. An anterior approach to excision of the lipoma is recommended. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Hand Surgery (British and European Volume) SAGE

Posterior Interosseous Nerve Palsy due to Parosteal Lipoma

Abstract

Lipomas are extremely common benign soft tissue tumours that are usually subcutaneous and asymptomatic. Occasionally, lipomas can occur in deeper soft tissue planes and when adjacent to the neck of the radius they can cause compression of the posterior interosseous nerve. Five such cases are described. An anterior approach to excision of the lipoma is recommended.
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