Medical Definition of Wright's syndrome

1. Pain running down the arm, numbness, paresthesias, and erythema, with weakness of the hands; due to abduction of the arm for a prolonged period (e.g., during sleep or necessitated by occupation) which stretches the axillary vessels and the nerves of the brachial plexus. Synonym: subcoracoid-pectoralis minor tendon syndrome, Wright's syndrome. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Wright's Syndrome

Wothers
Wottonian
Wouk
Woulfe's bottle
Woulfe bottle
Woulfe bottles
Wrangel Island
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
Wren
Wren Day
Wrens
Wrexham
Wright
Wright's inbreeding coefficient
Wright's stain
Wright's syndrome
Wright's version
Wright respirometer
Wrighty
Wrisberg's cartilage
Wrisberg's ganglia
Wrisberg's ligament
Wrisberg's nerve
Wrisberg's tubercle
Writings
Wroclavian
Wroclaw
Wu
Wu-Tanger
Wu dialect

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