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General principles of patient evaluation and nonoperative management of cubital syndrome.

Hand Clinics 1996 May
Cubital tunnel syndrome is reported to be the second most common entrapment neuropathy in the upper extremity. We can now easily appreciate how ulnar nerve pathology can occur at the elbow in the absence of trauma. We can also appreciate the role of conservative management in the treatment of a condition that previously was thought to be a surgical disease.

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