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Ralph sustained a leg injury in a bowling accident and had to use crutches.  Unfortunately, he never took the time to learn how to use the crutches properly.  After 2 weeks he noticed his fingers were becomming numb.  Then he noticed his arms were getting weaker and tingling as well.  What would be Ralph's problem and why?

 

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