ulnar nerve dysfunction

ulnar nerve dysfunction

Ulnar nerve neuropathy Neurology A peripheral mononeuropathy characterized by impaired movement or sensation in the wrist and hand due to ulnar nerve damage Etiology Trauma, prolonged external pressure on nerve, compression from adjacent structures, entrapment
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However, the limited results available were suggestive of a severe proximal median neuropathy, as well as findings suggestive of a possible C8 radiculopathy, likely related to the history of prior ulnar nerve dysfunction.
So far for the Chinese patients who are clinical suspicion of CubTS, routine MNCS is used to detect ulnar nerve dysfunction. But it is short of discovering early or mild impairment, which can be covered by compensation.
Perhaps by fitting with gloves at an earlier stage, as well as advice to stop immediately once hard neurological signs of ulnar nerve dysfunction presented may have prevented the progression and chronicity of the complaint.
The direction of the greatest limitation of motion, the presence of ulnar nerve dysfunction, and the location of osteophytes all help to dictate which surgical approach is selected.