Ulnar nerve involvement in carpal tunnel syndrome.

@article{Cassvan1986UlnarNI,
  title={Ulnar nerve involvement in carpal tunnel syndrome.},
  author={A Cassvan and Aaron Rosenberg and Luis Rivera},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={1986},
  volume={67 5},
  pages={290-2}
}
This is a retrospective study of the involvement of the ulnar nerve in patients with electrodiagnostic evidence of carpal tunnel syndrome as defined by median sensory nerve action potential (SNAP) greater than 3.6msec at the wrist and/or motor distal latency in excess of 4.3msec. The study included 248 patients, 63 (25%) with unilateral and 185 (75%) with bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome. The electrodiagnostic criteria for ulnar nerve involvement was a SNAP peak latency greater than 3.7msec and… CONTINUE READING

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