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Ulnar nerve: a nerve running along the inner side of the arm and passing near the elbow; supplies intrinsic muscles of the hand and the skin of the medial side of the hand
Source: WordNet 2.1
Ulnar nerve: The ulnar nerve is a paired nerve that arises from some of the spinal nerves of the cervical and thoracic regions (C8 and T1). The ulnar nerve innervates the skin and muscles of the medial forearm, arm, and hand, and fourth and fifth fingers.
Conditions that afflict the ulnar nerve include cubital tunnel syndrome, trauma, infection, and Guyon's tunnel syndrome.
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Organ types: Nerves (73)
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