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All Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Articles

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common and widely studied nerve entrapment syndrome, accounting for 90% of all such disorders.1 The syndrome is caused by compression of the median nerve as it travels through the wrist at the carpal tunnel.2 Patients with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) may experience pain and paresthesia in the distribution of the median nerve, which inclu
Occupationally induced carpal tunnel syndrome is a reactive condition that responds quickly to offending movements, and symptoms can manifest within minutes of beginning activity in those susceptible individuals. Those symptoms correlate well with median nerve swelling, which can be detected using ultrasound.
Article describes symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, one of the most common pain conditions seen in clinical practice.
Characterized by hand and wrist pain, carpal tunnel syndrome is a symptomatic distal median nerve neuropathy at the wrist and is the most commonly encountered entrapment neuropathy.
Donald R. Eck, DO writes about a non-surgical treatment option for carpal tunnel syndrome.
Carpal tunnel syndrome continues to be a vexing problem occupationally in industry and in the general medical population as well.
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