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Mid-shaft humerus fractures occur away from the shoulder and elbow joints. Midhumerous injuries/fracturs are commonly associated with injury to one of the large nerves in the arm, called the radial nerve.
Usually radial nerve cause this injury and make the wrist and elbow twist or pain.
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