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... An MRI of the c spine really would be your best bet.I now have a severely damaged C8 nerve caused by surgery and my last two fingers on both hands are numb.The ulnar nerve hooks up in correlation to the C 8 nerve. ... (7 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear you are going through this. I'm glad the pain doctor is helping you. Any relief? This is something I could look into. I have burning pain at my elbow, little, half the ring finger, palm below these two fingers. (13 replies)
... the pain i am getting is from the c8 nerve root which in the ulnar nerve root. mine is rsd. i would suggest you go to see a pain management specialist. i am no professional but all you are saying is the same that happened to me. ... (13 replies)

... ft neural foramen is moderately narrowed by the superimposed left foraminal disc protrusion with uncovertebral and facet joint hypertrophy, impinging on the left C8 nerve root. ... (0 replies)
... ulnar nerve from THAT level where it actually starts? ... (13 replies)
... the EMG also checks out nerve flow velocity too so it would show if this nerve did just have 'some' flow velocity or none at all? ... (2 replies)
... no problem there. My primary care doctor, the neurologist and the neurosurgeon all figured the nerve was compressed at the cubital tunnel because of leaning on my elbow at my desk. When nothing conservative helped, we decided to go ahead with surgery. ... (9 replies)
... the problem is somewhere in the brachial plexus. After surfing the net, I came across a pancoast tumor, but kind of doubt that it would be that because the ulnar nerve problem is in both hands as the tumor would be on one side or the other....so I'm leaning to what you suggested also with the C8 or the T1.... ... (7 replies)
... d ring finger were numb and very weak. After surgery to correct the spinal cord impingement, my strength in the fingers has improved greatly with PT, but due to nerve damage, I still have tingling, etc. ... (7 replies)
... EMG is the gold standard to detect it. MRI can be useful in detecting physical entrapment locations to help zero in, but the nerve studies are the best. ... (24 replies)
... NCS this morning and the doctor said I had nerve damage but it seemed to be recovering and that it did not appear to be getting worse. ... (2 replies)


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