Surgical Treatment of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
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Cubital tunnel syndrome is a very common disorder in which the ulnar nerve is compressed in the tunnel on the inside of the elbow when passing from the upper arm to the forearm.
The most common symptoms are tingling and a weaker sensation in the little finger and half of the ring finger. In the later stage, objects often fall out of the hand, the volume of the hand muscles decreases, and the ability to bend the hand can be greater or less.