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Differentiate carpal tunnel from anterior interosseus syndrome.
Both involve the median nerve except that anterior interosseus is motor with no sensory complaints.
What is cubital tunnel syndrome.
Motor and sensory abnormalities in an ilnar distribution secondary to compression of the ulnar at the elbow.
What is the Saturday Night Palsy.
Radial nerve palsy associated with wrist drop.
Define meralgia paraesthetica.
Compression of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. Due to the fact that this nerve is only sensory anesthesia is seen with no concomitant motor deficit.
What is the most common entrapment neuropathy of the leg.
peroneal nerve compression at the fibular head frequently presenting with foot drop.
What is tarsal tunnel syndrome.
Compression of the posterior tibial frequently associated with running and pain on the sole of the foot.