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The tunnel of Guyon is clinically significant because it contains the ulnar nerve
and artery and is a site for compression injuries. Although neither the nerve nor
the artery is distinctly palpable under the thick layer of soft tissue covering the ...
A modified version of the Allen Test checks the patency of the digital teries, the
patency of the digi- arteries. tal vessel is in question ... If the hand does not flush
or reacts slowly, the artery is either completely or partially occluded. the wrist,
Within this depression lie several important soft tissue structures. From anterior to
posterior they are: 1 ) tibialis posterior tendon; 2 ) flexor digitorum longus tendon;
3 ) posterior tibial artery and tibial nerve; 4) flexor hallucis longus tendon (Fig.
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