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Iatrogenic nerve injuries in the neck can present with a wide spectrum of symptoms ranging from mild pain, numbness, or weakness, to devastating consequences for patients such as permanent irreversible damage, disability, or even death. Surgical interventions in the neck region, especially those requiring radical dissections in the neck carry a significant risk of iatrogenic injury to several vital nerves passing through the neck such as vagus, phrenic, brachial plexus, cervical plexus, and ansa cervicalis.
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