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... My husband had this subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition surgery over a year ago. He was bothered by the nerve popping over the groove, but not in pain. ... (4 replies)
... I had Subcutaneous Ulnar nerve trans done in March of this year at UCD. I see you are in Cali are you near there? ... (2 replies)
... I had Ulnar nerve transposition just like yours...subcutaniously. ... (6 replies)

... Carpal Tunnel 1st and 2nd compartment releases, or Subcutaneous Ulnar nerve transposition at the elbow? ... (14 replies)
... In the past I have had two ulnar nerve compression surgeries. Both were medial epicondylectomy with decompression. After a long period of time between each surgery my symptoms came back. ... (5 replies)
... not until the end of the month. We are on a cancellation waiting list. From there, we may have to look into a pain clinic or something like that. I think the nerve specialist is a good route. We'll see. His pain worsens when he is tired and he has not been sleeping well lately. ... (4 replies)
... it almost sounds like the nerve has popped again. ... (4 replies)
... Hang in there, be positive and you might want to suggest to your physio that time really is the best medicine for healing a nerve problem. Don't push too far too fast, it is slow. How are you doing as of today? ... (13 replies)
... I'm trying to get some perspective on what the normal range is for recovery after ulnar nerve subcutaneous transfer. ... (6 replies)
... Just a word about tolerance. Most people tend to relate the buzz you get from narcotics to pain control. They are actually different. When you are first on a new or increased dose you get both a buzz and pain control. Then it is just pain control for a much longer period of time. Some actually get so anxious about not getting the buzz that the can psych themselves into... (4 replies)
... The doctor is doing the subcutaneous transposition. ... (3 replies)
... JPino, I'm doing great! I still have a very, very small amount of tingling in my little finger, but that's almost gone now. I don't even think about it anymore because it's so slight. My dexterity is almost normal. And the severe muscle wasting I had between my thumb and forefinger is improving - no longer is it scalloped out but it's gaining some meat (muscle) there... (3 replies)
... I am waiting to have the anterior subcutaneous transposition surgery soon. I have been "jumping through hoops" with my insurance company to get it done. ... (3 replies)
... me. i guess my love for playing golf and piddling around using my hands is now a pastime. i boinked up big time by waiting over three months to see if my damaged nerve would heal without surgery. ... (22 replies)
... The surgery is called anterior ulnar nerve transposition. ... (1 replies)
... I have had some improvement since my august surgery. I had it in the left ellbow as well and no I was not in a cast. I however i had cotton wrapped around where they did surgery and an ace bandage which went from the upper arm to right below the ellbow. I was in a sling for 10 days. After the 10 days my surgergeon took the staples out and pretty much was free to do just... (8 replies)
... I am waiting for my surgery to be scheduled ater an MRI next week. The surgeon said he will be doing a subcutaneous transposition. How long did you have to stay out of work? ... (8 replies)
... Hello Nigel, thanks for your message. I had the second op (a subcutaneous anterior transposition) on 21 February and I am still in a lot of pain. Thanks to a cock up at the hospital I still have not started physio which I think adds to the pain as everything is so stiff. I still have the numbness and tingling in my fingers but the awful ache I used to get at the elbow has... (6 replies)
... before so i am thinking this may be what is causing the impact on the ulnar nerve. ... (2 replies)
The incision?
Aug 30, 2006
... I had my cubital decompression with anterior (subcutaneous) transposition surgery yesterday. I have not seen my incision yet but the doctor told me it would be about 3 1/2" to 4" long. I would think it also depends on the patient's arm size, layer of fat, and maybe even the scope of what needs to be done in the area. The incision is made to the side of the elbow, between the... (1 replies)

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