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Rheumatology/Orthopedics Nerve injury in mid shaft humeral fracture

Which nerve is severed in mid shaft humeral fracture?

A. RAdial
B. Median Goljan High yields
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its the radial bcoz of the groove
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Radial nerve
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mid-shaft humerus - Radial Groove (radial Nerve+Profunda brachii A.)
Surgical Neck Humerus - Axillary Nerve + Posterior circumflex humeral artery
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ıt s radial nerve.Because there is a groove for radial nerve on the humerus.
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