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By Louis Patry, Michel Rossignol, Marie-Jeanne Costa, Martine Baillargeon

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The signs of sensory and motor problems of the hand within the median nerve box have been first pronounced via Paget in 1854 in a sufferer having suffered a fracture of the wrist. the next phrases have been before everything used to explain the saw difficulties: tardive paralysis of the median nerve, partial atrophy of the thenar eminence, and median neuritis. despite the fact that, it used to be no longer till the paintings of mind et al. in 1947 and of Phalen et al. in 1950 that the time period carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) used to be utilized to those issues.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The signs of sensory and motor issues of the hand within the median nerve box have been first mentioned via Paget in 1854 in a sufferer having suffered a fracture of the wrist. the next phrases have been before everything used to explain the saw difficulties: tardive paralysis of the median nerve, partial atrophy of the thenar eminence, and median neuritis.

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15) – During current job (p. 16-17-18) – In sports-related recreational, or household activities (p. 18) RELATION TO WORK 25 Guidelines for Therapeutic and Preventive Interventions 8 This section presents some fundamental therapeutic and preventive principles, without describing specific interventions in detail. These principles should prove useful in developing an approach to the management of CTS cases. 1) and is applicable to every symptom which interferes with the activities of daily living.

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