The compression of the nerve is generally due to the thickening of a resistant band whose role is to keep the nerve in its gutter.
If this pressure is too great, the procedure will involve cutting the strip to release the nerve.
- Anesthesia : loco-regional
- Technique : micro-surgery
- Hospitalization : outpatient
- Immobilization : no
- Rehabilitation : only self-rehabilitation exercises
- Postoperative visit : 4 weeks after surgery