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Pancoasts syndrome

A collection of symptoms that arises when a growth presses on the brachial plexus (the group of major nerves controlling the hand and arm).  These symptoms include pain and paralysis in the hand or arm, as well as Horner’s syndrome if the growth pushes on the sympathetic cervical neck nerves.  Pancoasts syndrome is most commonly due to a tumour named Pancoasts tumour, which arises in the upper part of the lung in those people with lung cancer.  

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