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Journal of the Korean Society for Surgery of the Hand 1999;4(1):77-80.
Published online January 1, 1999.
Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome due to a Ganglion -Report of one case-
Ho Rim Choi,Hyun Jong Yoo,Doo Seob Eom,Ju Youn Lee,Jae Yeong Cho,Jeong Woung Lee
결절종에 의한 척골관 증후군 -1례 보고-
Ulnar tunnel syndrome is a relatively uncommon condition resulting from compression of the ulnar nerve as it passes through the ulnar tunnel(Guyon's canal) at the wrist. Compression can be caused by many conditions such as occult tumorous condition, repeated occupational trauma, ulnar arterial disease, fractures of the carpal bones, rheumatoid arthritis and anomalous anatomy of the ulnar tunnel, etc. Recently we experienced a case of ulnar nerve compression due to a ganglion at proximal portion of the ulnar tunnel.

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