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An unusual anatomic variation of dorsal sensory branches of the ulnar nerve: A case report
Kafkas Journal of Medical Sciences
In some instances, it is mandatory to know the anatomy of the dorsal sensory branches of the ulnar nerve. The dorsal sensory branches consist of the area of most dense innervations with their anatomical variants. These variations are very important in the surgical and medical procedures dealing with the area. In this paper, we present a case of an unusual variation of the dorsal cutaneous ulnar nerve. The variation was observed in the operation of a right forearm of a 43 year old male followingdoi:10.5505/kjms.2011.33043 fatcat:zdzmtk5tfngaviltkj7ctin75a