Cervical Rib Syndrome is a specific case of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome that arises due to the presence of a cervical rib. Cervical Rib Syndrome is a condition that occurs when the presence of a cervical rib puts pressure on the brachial plexus or the subclavian artery or vein in the thoracic outlet. This pressure on these structures can cause a person to have extreme pain or tingling in the arm on the side where the cervical rib is located. Cervical Rib Syndrome is a rare condition, and in most cases treatment options are available.
Cervical Rib Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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