Ulnar conduction block at the wrist.

  • Paul Seror
  • Published 1999 in Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation


Two cases of ulnar nerve lesions at the wrist are reported. The lesions had an acute onset and exclusively impaired the ulnar motor deep branch. The coexistence of carpal tunnel syndrome in each case allowed an early diagnosis but was somewhat misleading. In both cases, the use of classic motor and sensory conduction studies did not provide clear… (More)


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