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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome - What it is

The ulnar nerve gives feeling to the ring and little fingers and powers to the muscles of the hand. The nerve passes through a tunnel made up of the bones of the elbow and the forearm muscles – this is called the cubital tunnel. Symptoms occur when the ulnar nerve is restricted by pressure in the cubital tunnel.

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome - How to prevent?

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome - Preparing for surgery

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome - Post-surgery care

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome - Other Information

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