Ulnar Groove Syndrome (Cubital Tunnel Syndrome) means nerve compression in the elbow. After leaving the spinal cord in the neck, the ulnar nerve (N. Ulnaris) that goes to the forearm and the 4th and 5th fingers can be compressed while passing through the
Lumbar hernia is a disease that causes compression of the nerves as a result of the deterioration of the cartilage-like tissues called "disc", which are mostly located between the waist and neck vertebrae and are composed of a kind of cartilage structure.
The tunnel in the wrist where the median nerve passes is called the carpal tunnel. The tunnel is narrow and consists of carpal bones on the floor and sides. This U-shaped bone bed is covered by a ligament called the transverse carpal ligament. Under this