Minimal epicondylectomy improves neurologic deficits in moderate to severe cubital tunnel syndrome.

@article{Kim2012MinimalEI,
  title={Minimal epicondylectomy improves neurologic deficits in moderate to severe cubital tunnel syndrome.},
  author={Kang Wook Kim and Hyuk Jin Lee and S. H. Rhee and Goo Hyun Baek},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={2012},
  volume={470 5},
  pages={1405-13}
}
BACKGROUND Previous studies of minimal medial epicondylectomy for cubital tunnel syndrome included patients with mild disease, making it difficult to determine how much this procedure improved sensory and motor impairments in patients with moderate to severe disease. QUESTIONS/PURPOSES We asked if minimal epicondylectomy improved sensory and motor impairments in patients with moderate to severe cubital tunnel syndrome. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed 25 patients treated with minimal… CONTINUE READING

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