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Highs and Lows in the Day of a Hand Therapist - 11/6/2012
What nerve pattern is the patient displaying after his injury?

Moderators Response:
Low ulnar nerve injury is being exhibited in this photo.
 
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11/6/2012
Sally
Well the picture is a little distorted, but it looks like his pinky is hanging out in the breeze. Wartenburg's sign for low UN injury?
11/6/2012
Anonymous
It is hard to tell on my computer screen, however, it looks like the pt might be "clawing." This would be indicative of ulnar nerve impairment.
11/6/2012
Anonymous
Ulnar nerve
11/7/2012
Sasimycin
High Median and Low Ulnar nerve injury.
11/8/2012
Anonymous
ulnar
11/8/2012
Anonymous
Looks to be an ulnar nerve injury.
12/14/2012
jakson
Ulnar nerve
1/5/2013
cmcgee
Combined low ulnar and high median
2/22/2013
Anonymous
ulnar nerve injury
10/24/2013
Anonymous
median adn ulnar claw hand
 
     
   
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