Ulnar Nerve Conduction Abnormalities in Turkish Taxi Drivers

@article{Afar2014UlnarNC,
  title={Ulnar Nerve Conduction Abnormalities in Turkish Taxi Drivers},
  author={Sevği Ikbali Afşar and Nuri Çetin and Şehri Ayaş and Gamze Mumcu and Metin Karataş},
  journal={Archives of Rheumatology},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={110-117}
}
©2014 Turkish League Against Rheumatism. All rights reserved. Objectives: This study aims to investigate the presence of ulnar entrapment neuropathy at the elbow in taxi drivers, and possible relationship between ulnar entrapment neuropathy and habitually leaning the left elbow on the lower edge of the window. Patients and methods: The study was performed between December 2008 and February 2009 in Ankara and included 40 male taxi drivers (mean age 35.5±7.3 years; range 25 to 54 years) and 40… Expand
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