204 – Ulnar Nerve Lesions

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Ulnar nerve lesions at the elbow are the second most common lesions after carpal tunnel syndrome. Compression usually occurs at the elbow in the cubital tunnel, or at the wrist in the tunnel of Guyon. Compression at the elbow occurs internally when the elbow is flexed, or it occurs externally when the elbow is extended. […]

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