Then she "had the ulnar nerve opened and strong electricity applied to make sure of his death."
The muscles supplied by the ulnar nerve were very weak, but not much wasted, and ulnar sensation was imperfect.
The ulnar nerve and vessels were intact, but the flexor tendons were almost entirely destroyed.
Press the ulnar nerve at the elbow, the prickling sensation is referred to the skin on the ulnar side of the hand.
At the same time certain nerve trunks in the arm and leg, and particularly the ulnar nerve, are found to be thickened.
The ulnar nerve to be carefully turned over the inner condyle.
This sensation is produced by injuring the ulnar nerve, which is distributed to the little finger.
The ulnar nerve lies at its ulnar side, and the venæ comites accompany the artery.
Press your thumb with moderate force upon the ulnar nerve, which spreads its branches to the ring and little finger.
ulnar nerve n.
A nerve that arises from the medial cord of the brachial plexus and gives off numerous muscular and cutaneous branches in the forearm, and supplies the intrinsic muscles of the hand and the skin of the medial side of the hand. Also called cubital nerve.