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Ulnar nerve neuritis or entrapment

Ulnar nerve neuritis or entrapment

Ulnar nerve neuritis is also known as cubital tunnel syndrome. The ulnar nerve supplies to the muscles of the forearm and hand. It is mostly damaged at the elbow. Causes include subluxation of the nerve, joint deformities, fractures and elbow dislocation. Main symptoms are weakness of the muscles of the forearm and hand, clawing of the ring and little finger, loss of grip, numbness and abduction of the little finger. Treatment includes physiotherapy, NSAIDs and simple decompression of the nerve.

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