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Journal of Electrodiagnosis and Neuromuscular Diseases
Introduction Cubital tunnel syndrome is the second most common compressive peripheral neuropathy occurring in the upper limbs.1 There are five areas in all where the ulnar nerve can be compressed. Among them, the cubital tunnel has the most frequent incidence of compression (arcade of Struthers, the medial inter-Here, we report a patient with bilateral cubital tunnel syndrome caused by both medial elbow ganglion cysts. The patient complained of paresthesia in the ring and small finger withdoi:10.18214/jend.2020.22.1.33 fatcat:xt7hprsilja4flhw7zbdmkzbzq