Radial nerve dysfunction is a problem with the radial nerve. Damage to the radial nerve leads to problems with movement or sensation of the back of the arm (triceps), forearm, or hand.
Neuropathy - radial nerve; Radial nerve palsy; Mononeuropathy
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