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  1. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor Moderator Verified Doctor

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    What is your medical diagnosis ?

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    Claw hand seen in ulnar nerve palsy?
     

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    Ulnar Nerve Palsy
     

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    Yes, it can be lesion of ulnar n. l.sin.
     

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    i would say it's ulnar nerve palsy
     

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    claw hand + interosseous muscles atrophy-->Left ulnar nerve damage, most probably due to a compression:
    - at lung apex--> caused by Pancoast cancer
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    - at the elbow --> caused by fibrosis (student elbow) or bad consolidation of a medial epicondyle fracture or by flexor carpi ulnaris
    - at the Guyon's canal--> caused by tumors, epidermoid cysts, etc.
     

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    Answer : Ulnar N Palsy
     

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