Ulnar Nerve

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Chapter 12 Ulnar Nerve

Anatomy

Ulnar Nerve at Forearm Level

As the ulnar artery passes distally, it runs medially and obliquely to reach the ulnar nerve at the middle of the forearm (Figures 12-7 and 12-8). The ulnar nerve emerges superficially from under cover of the flexor carpi ulnaris just above the wrist, lying medial to the artery and lateral to the tendon.

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