ulnar nerve

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Synonyms for ulnar nerve

a nerve running along the inner side of the arm and passing near the elbow

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On the other hand, there was no significant difference in the ulnar nerve digit V sensory latencies, amplitudes, ulnar nerve distal motor latencies, and ulnar nerve minimum F responses between the CTS patients and control group (p>0.
Therefore, 96 ulnar nerves in leprosy patients and 60 normal ulnar nerves were evaluated, both clinically and on high resolution US.
A study showed that ulnar nerve displacement caused by elbow flexion during SSNCS may lead a more significant technical error than routine nerve conduction study (NCS).
Motor conduction velocity of median and ulnar nerves was found to be negatively correlated with height.
Additionally, multi-nerve injuries most commonly involved either the median and ulnar nerves or the median, ulnar, and radial nerves (7,8).
All calculations were performed bilaterally for the median and ulnar nerves.
Rubbing alcohol was used to clean the skin before applying the electrodes over the median or ulnar nerve (Figure 1).
On comparing the sensory component of nerves of both the groups (Table 3) it was found that distal peak latency of (right and left) median and ulnar nerves were significantly higher (P< 0.
F wave studies were performed on the median and ulnar nerves via recordings from the same muscles.
The neural conduction assessment of the median and ulnar nerves that were performed by researcher number 3 (CK) was directly monitored by either investigator 1 (SS), 6 (JM), or 7 (DG).
Over three years, the researchers followed up on the patient, assessing functional recovery of injured median and ulnar nerves by pinch gauge test and static two-point discrimination and touch test with monofiliments along with electrophysiological and MRI examinations.
Micera reported the results of previous work conducting a four-week clinical trial that improved sensory feedback in amputees by using intraneural electrodes implanted into the median and ulnar nerves.
There was no significant difference in the cross-sectional diameter of the ulnar nerves in comparison on extension measured at the level of the medial epicondyle.