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J Korean Assoc EMG Electrodiagn Med 1999;1(2):218-221.
Published online May 9, 1999.
All Ulnar Motor and Sensory Hand without Forearm Anastomosis - A case report -
Abstract
A 63-year-old women with all ulnar hand is presented. The patient who intermittently complained of right hand numbness had all the motor and sensory nerve fibers in her hand be innervated totally by ulnar nerve due to ulnar-to-median nerve communication. There was, moreover, no evidence of anomalous communication in the forearm. All the thenar muscles responded to stimulation of the ulnar nerve, called “all ulnar hand”, has been rarely described. We report a unusual case of all ulnar motor and sensory hand without forearm anastomosis.
Key Words: Nerve anastomosis, All ulnar hand, Riche-Cannieu anastomosis
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