Carpal-tunnel and other entrapment syndromes are perhaps the most common work-related injuries currently reported. With this book, Vladimir Golovchinsky presents the first evidence of double-crush syndrome as a subgroup of these. To date the existence of double-crush syndrome has been a matter of debate. Dr. Golovchinsky presents a statistical analysis of substantial clinical material, which finds a cause-and-effect relationship between cervical or lumbar radiculopathy and peripheral entrapment in corresponding nerves, thus proving the existence of double-crush syndrome. This book will be invaluable to physicians performing EMG-NCV testing and to other healthcare professionals who encounter peripheral entrapment syndromes in their practices.Syndrome. Anatomical considerations The ulnar nerve fibers arise from C8 and Tl spinal nerve roots, with occasional ... As it approaches the elbow, the ulnar nerve passes posterior to the medial epicondyle, where it is loosely fixed in the ulnaranbsp;...
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