Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Review
Author(s):
Swapnil Santosh Mali, Rutuja Gajanan Wakale, Karuna krishnat mane, Mahesh Bandu Sawant, Pratiksha Malhari Jadhav, Anisha Suresh Kadam, Rohit R. Todkar
Keywords:
Carpal tunnel syndrome, multitudinous , impassiveness , Carpal tunnel syndrome, rotundity , carpal tunnel exercise,wrist joint movements
Abstract
Carpal tunnel syndrome ( CTS) is a common medical condition that remains one of the most constantly reported forms of median whim-whams contraction. CTS occurs when the median whim-whams is squeezed or compressed as it travels through the wrist. The pattern is characterized by pain in the hand, impassiveness, and chinking in the distribution of the median whim-whams. Threat factors for CTS include rotundity, monotonous wrist exertion, gestation, inheritable heredity, and rheumatoid inflammation. The opinion of CTS is conducted through medical assessments and electrophysiological testing, although idiopathic CTS is the most typical system of opinion for cases suffering from these symptoms. Occasionally weakness of hand and muscle is observed in certain advanced cases. Interestingly, the Carpal lair pattern is largely current in women and old age groups. Multitudinous people prefer surgery to treat this condition, though intermittently colorful treatments, similar to remedial ultrasound, are recommended. In this reviewbroad diapason about environmental aspects and the nature of apparent exposures and the strategies which might reduce the burden of the Carpal tunnel syndrome are bandied This review of literature has provided an overview of CTS with an emphasis on anatomy, epidemiology, risk factors, pathophysiology, stages of CTS, diagnosis, and management options
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Unique Paper ID: 161808

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

Page(s): 237 - 244
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