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What kind of condition is cubital tunnel syndrome?
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Dr. Gregory Harvey
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Cubital tunnel
Cubital tunnel is a compression of the ulnar at the elbow.
The symptoms involve numbness and tingling into the little and ring fingers. It may require surgery to relieve the pressure on the nerve.

In brief: Cubital tunnel
Cubital tunnel is a compression of the ulnar at the elbow.
The symptoms involve numbness and tingling into the little and ring fingers. It may require surgery to relieve the pressure on the nerve.
Dr. Gregory Harvey
Dr. Gregory Harvey
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Dr. Robert Coats II
Orthopedic Surgery
In brief: Nerve compression
Cubital tunnel syndrome is due to compression of the ulnar nerve at the elbow.
Symptoms include numbness/tingling in the small and ulnar half of the ring finger, pain, and hand weakness. Extreme elbow flexion and pressure on the medial (inside) part of the elbow can exacerbate symptoms. Treatment consists of therapy, oral/injectable steroids and surgery to release and/or move the ulnar nerve.

In brief: Nerve compression
Cubital tunnel syndrome is due to compression of the ulnar nerve at the elbow.
Symptoms include numbness/tingling in the small and ulnar half of the ring finger, pain, and hand weakness. Extreme elbow flexion and pressure on the medial (inside) part of the elbow can exacerbate symptoms. Treatment consists of therapy, oral/injectable steroids and surgery to release and/or move the ulnar nerve.
Dr. Robert Coats II
Dr. Robert Coats II
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