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Endoscopic treatment of compression of the ulnar nerve in the cubital canal

Cubital canal syndrome (Sulcus Ulnaris Syndrome) is a compression of the nerve of the upper extremity and the second largest after the occurrence of carpal tunnel syndrome.

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Ulnar nerve and the area of sensitive disorders in his illness at hand.

Traditional methods require a large incision size from 8 to 12 cm, while in many cases, the nerve moves are still not natural physiological position.

Thanks to the endoscopic technique can reduce not only the skin incision to 1,5-2 cm, but also significantly increase the area neurolysis (15-20 cm). It is possible to divide all the fibrous arcade between the heads M.flexor carpi ulnaris, and thus make a much more complete decompression of the nerve than the old methods.

With endoscopic techniques, by using the tunnel as forceps forceps created subcutaneous space. In so doing the first mirror and the lamp, then a 4 mm endoscope with dissectors at the end. Training is carried out under optical control.

The advantages of endoscopic surgery in comparison with the previous method the following:

  • low incidence (at over 90% of the patients mobility of the elbow is restored within 24 hours)
  • rapid improvement in symptoms (for more than 95% of patients within 24 hours)
  • quick recovery

Our experience from more than 100 interventions shows that this method is reliable, easy to use and is an excellent alternative existed until now operational methods.

Toolkit also proved to be suitable for endoscopic and minimally invasive operations for Epicondylitis humeri radailis and ulnaris, compression of the radial nerve in the forearm (Wartenberg syndrome) and pronator syndrome.

 

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