Ulnar nerve entrapment

This syndrome is characterized by pain and tingling in the territory of the ulnar nerve (fourth and fifth fingers of the affected side). Although compression can occur at the wrist, the usual site of compression is the elbow. Symptoms typically increase with flexion of the elbow. The diagnosis is usually confirmed by electromyography. Occasionally, surgical release of the ulnar nerve might be necessary, which could be done as an outpatient surgery.

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Microdecompression of the ulnar nerve

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