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decreased blood flow to injured arm
Hey, my neighbor had this problem. His doctor ordered an Ultrasound and did find the root cause. It took a simple operation to fix him, and he has been fine since.

I think you need to get some sound medical DX first, then present it to your attorney, and then get the attorney moving on it from there.







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Hi Lilly, yes I would contact your primary treating doctor and ask for a consultation with a neurosurgeon or a vascular surgeon.
Oh geeze everyone....i thought I was done with this crap!

Thank you all! LillySmile
Injured worker, & tired of it all! I'm too old for games!!

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Lilly..I had the ultrasound that Badboy is talking about. Easy, painless quick test. They did from my carotid down to my hand. I had nothing going on but it is a great test and should show the Dr.s the problem. I hope your orders this for you. Praying for you everyday. The shoulder never goes away.Sad

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