Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Case conclusion. 1.Pain,parasthesia,or numbnessworse at night or during activities that maintain wrist extension or flexion ( eg driving ) or require repetitive wrist motion. 2. Numbness often involving only partial median nerve innervation( eg thumb and index finger) rather than entire first three and one half fingers.Pain but not numbness may occur above the wrist. 3. Symptoms of intermittent hand weakness before overt weakness of thenar muscles and lateral lumbricals. 4. Rigorous study has demonstrated that provocative tests,such as median nerve purcussion( Tinl's sign) or wrist flexion ( Phalen' s test), are insufficiently specific to be diagnostically useful.NCV can confirm the diagnosis.

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Pain aggregation at night

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