Ulnar nerve palsy

Anatomy Ulnar nerve is a branch of medial cord of brachial plexus which arises from C8 and T1 ventral rami. It lies between the axillary artery and vein. It lies posteromedial to the brachial artery. In the arm at the level of coracobrachialis insertion, it pierces the medial intermuscular septum to enter the extensor compartment … Continue reading Ulnar nerve palsy

Acetabular labral tears

Labrum increases the stability of hip, increases the surface area for weight bearing and provides proprioception. It increases stability by deepening the acetabulum and also by acting as a seal to maintain negative intra-articular pressure. Acetabular labral tears are associated with capsular laxity, femoro-acetabular impingement (FAI), acetabular dysplasia and chondral lesions. They are seen in … Continue reading Acetabular labral tears