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Upper limb examination for PACES

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Ulnar nerve palsy for PACES

There is wasting of the dorsal interossei causing dorsal 'guttering'.There is wasting of the hypothenar eminence.There is clawing of the 4th and 5th digits.There is sensory loss over the medial 1.5 digits and corresponding part of the hand which does

Median nerve palsy for PACES

There is wasting of the thenar eminence.There is weakness of thumb abduction and opposition. There is decreased sensation of the thumb, index and middle fingers.Recap of Part I and II carpel tunnel syndrome notes hereWhat is the nerve root of the med

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