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If you want to learn about various nerve compressions syndromes, here is the lecture just for you. This sqadia.com medical video lecture elaborately discusses about a range of nerve entrapment syndromes ranging from peripheral neuropathy, median, ulnar to radial and suprascapular syndromes. In addition to this, thoracic outlet syndromes have been shed light upon. Furthermore, various other peripheral nerve syndromes have been delineated. These include compartment syndromes and iatropathic injuries.
Nerve compression or entrapment syndromes have been shed light upon in this section. Primarily, their pathophysiology along with the clinical features has been discussed. Moreover, peripheral nerve neuropathy has been delineated. Towards the end, its clinical features and treatment strategies have been conversed about. the latter include splintage, steroid injection and both operative and tunnel decompression.
Median and Ulnar Nerve Compression
In the beginning, median nerve compression has been mentioned. These include carpal tunnel syndrome, pronator syndrome and anterior interosseous nerve syndrome. In addition to this, amongst the ulnar nerve compression syndromes cubital tunnel syndrome has been comprehensively elaborated. Conclusively, its treatment options have been highlighted.
Radial and Suprascapular Nerve Compression
In this section, redial nerve compression encompassing posterior interosseous nerve compression syndrome has been talked about in-detail. Following this, radial tunnel syndrome has been explained. In addition to this, suprascapular nerve compression, its clinical features along with the diagnosis and treatment has been expansively elaborated.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
The key objective of this section is thoracic outlet syndrome. Initially, an overview has been put forth which is followed by a mention of Gilliatt-Sumner type neurogenic thoracic outlet. Furthermore, their clinical features in addition to investigations and diagnosis has been reported. In the end, lower limb compression syndromes have been mentioned. These include compression of lateral cutaneous thigh nerve, tarsal tunnel syndrome and digital compression in foot.
Other Peripheral Nerve Disorders
Peripheral disorders include compartment syndromes, Iatropathic injuries and leprosy. Primarily, compartment syndromes and both its acute and chronic forms have been explicated. Subsequently, iatropathic injuries have been brought under discussion along with nervous involvement. In the end, the educator has summed up by shedding light on its diagnosis and treatment.