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Home Chiropractic Research Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in 100 Patients: Sensitivity, Specificity of Multi-Neurophysiological Procedures and Estimation of Axonal Loss of Motor, Sensory and Sympathetic Median Nerve Fibers

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in 100 Patients: Sensitivity, Specificity of Multi-Neurophysiological Procedures and Estimation of Axonal Loss of Motor, Sensory and Sympathetic Median Nerve Fibers

In the patients studied, some degree of axonal loss for motor, sensory and sympathetic median nerve fibers was found in 42% of cases and 6 patients had a double-crush syndrome and 6 others had a concomitant ulnar neuropathy at the elbow.


Kuntzer T.   Journal of the Neurological Sciences 1994 (Dec 20);127 (2): 221-229