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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    Dislocation Of Humor From Right Glenohumoral Joint
     


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    dislocation of humerus.
     


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    This image shows subluxation inferiorly of the shoulder joint due to paralysis of the deltoid and supraspinatus muscles. This is due to brachial plexus injury, as can be seen by the wasting of the deltoid muscle. The scar is likely due to exploratory surgery of the brachial plexus
     

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    Answer : Axillary Nerve Paralysis
     


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