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Diaphragmatic paralysis following chiropractic manipulation of the cervical spine

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Structural and chiropractic

Arch Intern Med.1985 Mar;145(3):562-4.

Authors:

J E Heffner

Abstract.

We present a case of phrenic nerve damage resulting in unilateral diaphragmatic paralysis following chiropractic manipulation of the neck. Related vascular and neurologic complications of spinal manipulation are reviewed.

Publication Date: 

1985 Mar

OEID: 

4004

Heffner, EJ. (1985) 'Diaphragmatic paralysis following chiropractic manipulation of the cervical spine', Arch Intern Med.1985 Mar;145(3):562-4.

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