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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In the analysis of the upper extremity sensory nerves, the median nerve recording was antidromically made at the finger-wrist segment by putting the ring electrodes on the third finger and the ulnar nerve recording was made by putting the ring electrodes on the fifth finger In the analysis of the upper extremity motor nerves, the median nerve recording was made by recording the stimulus at the abductor pollicis brevis sent from the wrist and cubital area and the ulnar nerve recording was made by recording the stimulus at the abductor digit minimi muscle given from the wrist, elbow and upper elbow.
Rubbing alcohol was used to clean the skin before applying the electrodes over the median or ulnar nerve (Figure 1).
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).
Comparisons of outcomes from repair of median nerve and ulnar nerve defect with nerve graft and tubulization: a meta-analysis.
Dislocation of the ulnar nerve with snapping triceps syndrome has been implicated as a cause of cubital tunnel syndrome.
Ulnar nerve palsy associated with fracture of the distal radius.
Sensory nerve conduction velocity: technical requirements and normal values for branches of the radial and ulnar nerves of the dog.
He described the transfer of a single redundant fascicle from the ulnar nerve directly coapted to the biceps motor fascicle.
Of the procedures, 250 were performed for symptoms, signs, and NCVs showing median nerve or upper plexus compression only; 452 were performed for compression of both the median and ulnar nerves or the combination of the upper plexus and lower plexus by symptoms, signs, and NCVs; and 1058 were performed for symptoms, signs, and NCVs demonstrating predominantly ulnar nerve or lower plexus compression.
In the axilla there was considerable individual variation in the location of the median, radial and ulnar nerves in relation to the axillary artery.
Normal motor and sensory conduction neurographies in both ulnar nerves were noted.
Electro-diagnostics performed on hospital day 7 demonstrated reduced motor and sensory amplitudes on right median and ulnar nerves, reduced motor amplitudes, mad mildly reduced conduction velocities in the right peroneal nerve and right posterior tibial nerves.
Chapter Two, "The Anatomy of Nerve Injury," explains the three major nerves in the arm, the median, radial and ulnar nerves, and gives an overview of the nonsurgical treatment options available to injured patients.