Surgical Morbidity Following Cubital Tunnel Procedures

Study compares in situ decompression, ulnar nerve transposition, and medial epicondylectomy

Maureen Leahy

Study data presented at the 2015 annual meeting of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand indicate that in situ decompression is associated with less surgical site tenderness, fewer narcotic requirements, and less parasthesia, compared to ulnar nerve transposition and medial epicondylectomy for the treatment of cubital tunnel syndrome.

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