Isolated Compression of the Ulnar Nerve Motor Branch: A Case Series With 3 Unique Etiologies.

@article{Jennings2018IsolatedCO,
  title={Isolated Compression of the Ulnar Nerve Motor Branch: A Case Series With 3 Unique Etiologies.},
  author={John D. Jennings and J L Frazer Jennings},
  journal={Annals of plastic surgery},
  year={2018},
  volume={80 5},
  pages={
          529-532
        }
}
BACKGROUND Although ulnar neuropathies are commonly encountered, isolated involvement of the motor branch is exceedingly rare. Previous reports of this entity describe compression as the deep motor branch passes through the piso-hamate hiatus and the adductor pollicis hiatus. This case series described 3 cases of motor branch compression due to unique etiologies which resolved after surgery. METHODS A retrospective chart review identified patients with compression of the ulnar nerve motor… CONTINUE READING

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