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Injury to the phrenic nerve can paralyze the diaphragm and have a serious impact on the regulation of breathing, such as difficulty during inhalation, according to the UCLA Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. T... More »

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Symptoms associated with brachial plexus nerve injury differ depending upon the severity of the injury, notes Mayo Clinic. Symptoms of less severe injuries include numbness, weakness and burning sensation in the arm. Ext... More »

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The symptoms of a diaphragm spasm include making a sudden gasping sound known as hiccuping and a slight tightening of the chest and throat just prior to making the characteristic hiccup sound. When the diaphragm spasms, ... More »

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