PRONATOR SYNDROME

Pronator syndrome, a nerve entrapment syndrome, is caused by compression of the median nerve near the elbow. The nerve may be compressed between the heads of the pronator teres as a result of trauma, muscular hypertrophy, or fibrous bands. Individuals with this syndrome are first seen clinically with pain and tenderness in the proximal aspect of the anterior forearm, and hypesthesia (decreased sensation) of palmar aspects of the radial three and half digits and adjacent palm. Symptoms often follow activities that involve repeated pronation.

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