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    Thumbs up Why Chest X ray is Mandatory in Left Recurrent Nerve Paralysis..?

    Why Chest X ray is Mandatory in Left Recurrent Nerve Paralysis..?

    I think that Bronchogenic Carcinoma is more common in that case but dont know why..??

    Any reply are welcomed..!!
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    Yes, probably...
    Left nerve dips into thorax, so its palsy probably indicates thoracic pathology... Most commonly bronchogenic CA...

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