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Tinel’s Sign (Elbow)

Tinel’s sign is used to detect Ulnar Nerve entrapment at the elbow. To perform this test, have the patient’s elbow in a flexed position. Supporting the patient’s wrist with one hand, use the other hand to tap lightly at the medial cubital fossa. A positive test is reported when the patient experiences paraesthesias in the medial aspect of the forearm and/or into the medial one and a half fingers.

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