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Table 2 Patients demographics

From: Significant improvement in nerve conduction, arm length, and upper extremity function after intraoperative electrical stimulation, neurolysis, and biceps tendon lengthening in obstetric brachial plexus patients

Patient Nerve injury Birth history Previous surgeries Age at BTL surgery
1 total SD, no Horner’s syndrome, instruments used, nothing moved TT, MQ 12.9
2 C5-7 SD, no Horner’s syndrome, instruments used, nothing moved TT, MQ 12.2
3 C5-7 SD, no Horner’s syndrome, nothing moved TT, tendon transfer Neurolysis 9.5
4 C5-7 SD, no Horner’s syndrome, fingers moved TT, MQ, FO 10.7
5 Total SD, no Horner’s syndrome, instruments used, nothing moved TT, MQ, tendon transfer 9.6
6 C5-7 SD, no Horner’s syndrome, nothing moved TT, MQ 8.7
7 C5-7 SD, no Horner’s syndrome, instruments used, nothing moved MQ, nerve graft neurolysis 14.2
  1. SD shoulder dystocia, TT triangle tilt, MQ modified Quad.