A 47-year-old female asked:
I have minor ulnar nerve damage at elbow. the injury occurred june 2014. i still have aching and numbness. should i be concerned???
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Neurology 54 years experience
UNCLEAR IF HEALING: So called cubital tunnel syndrome symptoms may suggest slow healing of ulnar nerve, and even may raise questions of localized inflammation or scarring which may prevent resolution. An EMG test can objectify the process, and point the way to successful outcome. But be aware that surgery in the end may be the best option.
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Last updated Oct 24, 2014
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