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If the nerve is severed suture or grafting should be at- Clumsiness and weakness may occur in late cases generic simvastatin 20 mg otc, tempted cheap simvastatin 20 mg overnight delivery. Carpal tunnel syndrome Investigations Denition Median nerve conduction studies show impaired con- Syndrome of compression of the median nerve as it duction at the wrist cheap simvastatin 40 mg without a prescription. Management Age Splinting the wrist in extension, particularly at night is Usually 40 50 years. Clinical features Ulnar nerve lesions Wrist drop and sensory loss over the back of the hand at Denition the base of the thumb (the anatomical snuffbox). If there The ulnar nerve arises from the brachial plexus and sup- is paralysis of triceps (weakness of elbow extension), this plies most of the intrinsic muscles of the hand. The ulnar nerve passes down the Management anterior medial aspect of the upper arm and wraps pos- Compression due to crutch palsy or Saturday night palsy teriorly round the medial epicondyle of the humerus maytakeupto3monthstorecover. Openwoundsshould where it is vulnerable to fracture of the elbow or chronic be explored immediately with nerve repair or graft. It enters the hand on the ulnar side, and can be Other trauma should be given 6 weeks, with surgery if damaged by pressure or lacerations at the wrist. Clinical features Prognosis r Low lesions (at wrist): There is wasting of all the small Lesions that do not recover can often be overcome by muscles of the hand except the thenar eminence and suitable tendon transfers. The sciatic nerve (L4 5, S1 3) is a branch of the lum- bosacral plexus and the largest nerve in the body. It Management supplies most of the muscles and cutaneous sensation If the ulnar nerve is severed, repair is may be attempted, of the leg, so that sciatic nerve lesions cause serious stretching can be avoided by transposing the nerve to the disability. Nerve entrapment is treated with Aetiology/pathophysiology decompression and transposition of the nerve. Traction injuries occur more commonly Radial nerve lesions in association with fractures of the pelvis or hip dislo- cations. It is most frequently injured by badly placed Denition intramuscular injections in the gluteal region (avoided The radial nerve supplies the extensor muscles of the by injecting into the upper outer quadrant of the but- upper arm and forearm. In walking, quadriceps weak- muscles below the knee are paralysed, causing drop foot. Peroneal nerve lesions Management Denition In traumaticdamage,explorationandrepairofthenerve The common peroneal nerve is the smaller terminal should be carried out. A footdrop splint is worn to keep branch of the sciatic nerve which supplies muscles which the ankle in a safe position, but the lower leg is very act on the ankle joint. This nerve is easily damaged because it runs down in the popliteal fossa, then winds laterally around the neck of the bula. The supercial nerve supplies peroneus longus and peroneus brevis, which plantarex and evert Aetiology/pathophysiology the foot, and the skin on the lower, lateral side of the Complete division of the femoral nerve is rare. The deep nerve supplies muscles which injured by a gunshot wound, traction in an operation or dorsiextheankleandasmallareaofskinonthedorsum bleeding into the thigh. In the abdomen, the femoral nerve is related to the psoas muscle and supplies iliopsoas. It enters the thigh Clinical features lateral to the femoral to supply the hamstring muscles Common peroneal nerve injury: Drop foot, both dorsi- in the thigh. Sensation is and the skin of the medial and anterior surfaces of the lost over the front and outer leg and the dorsum of the thigh. Supercial branch injury: Foot eversion is lost, but Clinical features dorsiexion is intact. Sensation is lost over the outer Weakness of knee extension and numbness of the medial side of the leg and foot. Hip exion is only slightly and a small area of sensory loss on the dorsum of the affected and adduction is preserved. Evacuationofahaematomaordirectsuturingorgrafting Compartment syndrome however requires emergency of a cut nerve. Asplintcanbeworntokeepthefootinaneutral ahemiparesis (one side of the body, arm more than position. If nerve damage is permanent, tendon transfers leg), quadriparesis (both sides, arms more than legs) or arthrodesis of the foot can help. The characteristic Aetiology features described above may not present until later in The precise cause of the damage may be difcult to iden- childhood. About 10 15% acquire the lesion at birth, and a similar proportion occur af- Complications ter the neonatal period. Management r Kernicterus (severe jaundice leading to brain damage Multidisciplinary assessment and supportive treatment: and seizures in the newborn). The features thopaedic surgery with post operative physiotherapy are clasp like hypertonia, brisk reexes, ankle clonus r Soft tissue procedures to improve muscle balance and extensor plantar responses. Management Surgery for cosmetic reasons and to correct bone defor- Neurobromatosis type 1 mity.

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