2007

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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ISBN: 978-3-540-22387-0 (Print) 978-3-540-49008-1 (Online)

Table of contents (51 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXIV

  2. General

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      Pages 1-1

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      History of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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      Pages 10-12

      Anatomy of the Carpal Tunnel

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      Pages 13-20

      Normal Anatomy and Variations of the Median Nerve in the Carpal Tunnel

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      Pages 21-27

      Etiopathogenesis

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      Pages 28-41

      The Pathophysiology of Median Nerve Compression

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      Pages 42-48

      Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury as a Common Etiology of “Idiopathic” Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Biochemical and Immunohistochemical Evidence

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      Pages 49-59

      Carpal Canal Pressure Measurements: Literature Review and Clinical Implications

  3. Diagnosis

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      Pages 61-61

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      Pages 63-68

      Clinical Diagnosis

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      Pages 69-74

      Neurophysiological Assessment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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      Pages 75-81

      Diagnostic Imaging

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      Pages 82-88

      Quantitative Assessment of Historical and Objective Findings: A New Clinical Severity Scale of CTS

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      Pages 89-94

      Differential Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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      Pages 95-101

      Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Rare Causes

  4. Treatment

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      Pages 103-103

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      Pages 105-110

      Conservative Care for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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      Pages 111-114

      The Cutaneous Innervation of the Palm and Its Implications During Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery

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      Pages 115-120

      Traditional Technique: Wrist-Palm Incision

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      Pages 121-129

      Palmar Incision

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      Pages 130-134

      Open Carpal Tunnel Release with a Short Palmar Incision and No Specialized Instruments Combined with a Rehabilitation Program for Early Return to Activity

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      Pages 135-139

      The Mini-Invasive Technique for Carpal Tunnel Release: Open Approach with Converse Fiberoptic Light Retractor

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      Pages 140-146

      The Indiana Tome for Carpal Tunnel Release

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