Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
 

Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

 
Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

In this image, you will find understanding carpal tunnel syndrome, nerve compression syndromes, the carpal tunnel, median nerve, flexor muscles, synovium, ulnar nerve, transverse carpal ligament, hook of hamate, flexor tendons, CTS, branches of median nerve, cross section of normal wrist in it.

You will also find what is carpal tunnel syndrome?, cross section of wrist with cts, carpal bones, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate, compresssed median nerve, swollen synovium of tendons, flexor tendon in synovium, nerve fiber, capillary plexus, basal lamina, degenerated myelin sheath, what causes cts, systemic disorders, repetitive trauma, rheumatoid arthritis, erosion of bone and cartilage, inflamed swollen synovium, compressed median nerve, tenosynovitis, managing cts, extension, flexion, neutral, paresthesia, night pain, daytime pain, thumb muscle weakness as well.

This picture also contains other parts such as systemic disorders, repetitive trauma, rheumatoid arthritis, erosion of bone and cartilage, inflamed swollen synovium, compressed median nerve, tenosynovitis, managing cts, extension, flexion, neutral, paresthesia, night pain, daytime pain, thumb muscle weakness and so on.

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