I Am Having Compressed Ulnar Nerve / Cubital Tunnel Surgery Tomorrow #VLOG

This video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpA5NHxv4tg, can also be seen at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLflmlm4r2SuSehbrudXiwwbpgaMyyf7_T.Ulnar tunnel syndrome may be characterized by the location or zone within the Guyon’s canal at which the ulnar nerve is compressed. The nerve divides into a superficial sensory branch and a deeper motor branch in this area. Thus, Guyon’s canal can be separated into three zones based on which portion of the ulnar nerve are involved.Persistent / Worsening Symptoms after Carpal and Cubital tunnel surgery. 4 july 2017 – 12:47am Frustrated Youth. Surgeons always say that the nerve ‘looked compressed’ at operation – I have never heard a surgeon admit to operating on a nerve that looked normal.. Your left ulnar nerve thus.cubital tunnel syndrome (Ulnar Neuropathy) Cubital tunnel syndrome at a glance. cubital tunnel syndrome, also known as ulnar neuropathy, is the compression or irritation of the ulnar nerve, which runs through the groove in the center of the elbow (in the area commonly referred to as the funny bone ).robr wrote:Hi every one I am about to have surgery on my left elbow to relocate the ulnar nerve which has been irritated for almost a year now.I had this exact surgery several years ago to relieve cubital tunnel syndrome brought on by repetitive stress (computer work, not climbing). The surgery was a complete success; I’ve had no problems since. JLWhat are the symptoms of cubital tunnel syndrome? Compression of the ulnar nerve results in loss of blood flow to the nerve, which causes tingling or numbness in the ring and small fingers of the affected arm. Other symptoms can include weakness or atrophy of the muscles in the hand.description ulnar nerve entrapment occurs when one of the nerves in the arm (the ulnar nerve) becomes compressed and can’t function normally. This can give symptoms of "falling asleep" in the ring finger and little finger, especially when the elbow is bent. You may have aching pain on the inside of the elbow.And like carpal tunnel syndrome, it is caused by compression of a nerve-in this case, the ulnar nerve, which serves the third and fourth fingers and outer side of the hands. Symptoms of cubital tunnel syndrome may vary from person to person. Symptoms also depend on the severity of the condition and how advanced it is.