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References in periodicals archive
Spinal accessory nerve palsy commonly occurs as a result of iatrogenic injury, usually during lymph node excision in the posterior cervical triangle.
Spinal accessory nerve palsy can occur if the nerve is injured or cut during an operation.
Spinal accessory nerve palsy as a cause of pain after whiplash injury: case report.
During this time her major neurological deficits included a dense left hemiparesis more evident in the upper extremity, left facial nerve palsy, decreased gag, cough and swallow reflexes and left spinal accessory nerve palsy