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Cubital tunnel syndrome (nerve compression in the elbow)

An irritation of the ulnar nerve in the arm. The nerve travels along the inside of the elbow under a bump called the medial epicondyle. Stimulation of this nerve is what causes the arm and hand to tingle when the elbow is struck. This is why this part of the elbow is sometimes called the "funny bone". The ulnar nerve in the elbow can become compressed from swelling, arthritis, old fractures or overuse.
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