Left Cubital Tunnel Syndrome wth Surgical Transposition

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This exhibit depicts impingement of the ulnar nerve as it passes laterally through the cubital tunnel and three surgical steps that shows the transposition of the ulnar nerve. These steps includes: dissection of the nerve from the cubital tunnel, release of the tendon of the flexor muscle at its insertion point, moving the ulnar nerve above the lateral epicondyle and beneath the flexor muscle; and reattaching the tendon back to its insertion point.

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