Coronavirus: What is Parsonage-Turner syndrome? – LINFO.re

Parsonage-Turner syndrome is a side effect of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. In a report published in late March, the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) claimed to have identified 43 cases.

Parsonage-Turner syndrome or amyotrophic neuralgia

since the beginning of vaccination against coronavirus with serum pfizer In France, ANSM may have registered 97,043 cases ofSide effects, In a report published in late March, the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products reported 43 cases. Parsonage-Turner Syndrome, Also called amyotrophic neuralgia, this syndrome is characterized by a sudden swelling of the brachial plexus, a group of nerves between the shoulder and collarbone.

Symptom

affected person syndrome There may be severe pain in the neck and shoulders, especially at night. There may be a loss of muscle mass and strength in the shoulder area. The skin can be very sensitive and the person may experience burning and electric shock, as well as hardening (tightening of the limb). “The pain is rated 8-9 on a scale of 1 to 10 and will disturb sleep”, according to Dr. Gilles Mondoloni, quoted by women’s magazine,

How to treat this syndrome?

To soothe inflammation, doctors turn to the administration of cortisone. Dr. Mondoloni also indicated that acupuncture and auriculotherapy, which significantly reduce pain, would also be effective. “For lack of muscle strength, rehabilitation work in physiotherapy is necessary to regain muscle strength and regenerate muscles”According to Dr. He warned that recovery could take time.

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