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G. Brachial Plexus Impairments & Thoracic Outlet Syndrome November 3, 2006

"Entrapment/compression neuropathies are rated when an objective verifiable diagnosis is present, supported by positive clinical findings and loss of function." AMA Guides, page 493. Without objective clinical findings or symptoms at MMI, can a diagnosis of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome based on one ancillary test be the only support for impairment using Table 16-14?

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