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  1. Pain Free at Your PC by Pete Egoscue, 1999-11-02
  2. Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Adults With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (The Aota Practice Guidelines Series Adults With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome)
  3. Introduction To Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  4. About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by E. Ferdinand, 2010-02-06
  5. Carpal Tunnel Symptoms and Treatments: All About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Causes, Diagnosing, Symptoms, Signs, Non-Surgical and Surgical Treatments, Alternative Therapy, Exercises and More. by Dan Spada, 2010-09-01
  6. Pain Relief Breakthrough: The Power of Magnets to Relieve Backaches, Arthritis, Menstrual Cramps, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sports Injuries, And More by Julian Whitaker, Brenda Adderly, 1998-07-30
  7. Compression Neuropathies, Including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Clinical Symposia, Vol 49, No 2) by Allan Jacobs, 1998-10
  8. Carpal tunnel exercises: Developed by Houshang Seradge, M.D. to assist in prevention and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome by Houshang Seradge, 1995
  9. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by CMC, Cmc Research, 1997-01
  10. End Your Carpal Tunnel Pain Without Surgery, A Daily Program to Prevent &Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - 1998 publication by Kat Montgomry, 1998
  11. Carpal tunnel syndrome: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Nursing and Allied Health</i> by Mark Alan Mitchell, 2002
  12. 09.10 Pharmacy Times Magazine Vol. 76, No. 9 - Pain Awareness Issue; Knee Injuries; Oral Pain; Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; Ce: Type 2 Diabetes and Hypoglycemia
  13. Eating Do's & Don'ts for Nutritional Management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Mary Tumosa-Lawler, 2000-08
  14. Winning workers' comp claims for carpal tunnel syndrome; understanding the symptoms and causes of this common malady will enable you to help claimants prevail.: An article from: Trial by Thomas M. Domer, 2002-06-01

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42. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Preventing The Pain In Your Hands And
Information about carpal tunnel syndrome from the American Academy of FamilyPhysicians.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Preventing the Pain in Your Hands and Wrists
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What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful disorder of the wrist and hand. The carpal tunnel is a narrow tunnel formed by the bones and other tissues of your wrist. This tunnel protects your median nerve. The median nerve gives you feeling in your thumb, and index, middle and ring fingers. But when other tissues in the carpal tunnel, such as ligaments and tendons, get swollen or inflamed, they press against the median nerve. That pressure can make part of your hand hurt or feel numb. Return to top
What leads to carpal tunnel syndrome?
Doing the same hand movements over and over can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. It's most common in people whose jobs require pinching or gripping with the wrist held bent. People at risk include people who use computers, carpenters, grocery checkers, assembly-line workers, meat packers, violinists and mechanics. Hobbies such as gardening, needlework, golfing and canoeing can sometimes bring on the symptoms. Carpal tunnel syndrome is linked to other things too. It may be caused by an injury to the wrist, such as a fracture. Or it may be caused by a disease such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis or thyroid disease. Carpal tunnel syndrome is common during the last few months of pregnancy.

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44. Treating Leg Injuries In Lame Horses
Common leg injuries in the horse including tendonitis, bucked shins and carpal tunnel syndrome, plus treatment options.
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A horse's legs, particularly the forelegs, are by far the most common sites for injuries. With each stride, the horse's front legs take the brunt of the concussive forces of his hooves hitting the ground. This can result in both soft tissue injury and bone fractures.
Many leg injuries occur when horses are trained too hard, too fast or on a hard surface. Rapid, hard training doesn't allow time for the bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons to adjust to the additional stress. Injury can also occur when the horse has poor conformation, is worked on an uneven surface, is bandaged too tightly or lacks balanced trimming and proper shoeing.
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The articles in this section address some of the common injuries that cause lameness in horses. These are typically seen in the lower half of the forelimbs, and range from tendonitis to fractures of the shin bone. Each includes details on symptoms and common therapies used to treat and manage the injury and an anatomical diagram of the area affected. Follow the links in the menu to the right to read about leg injuries in horses.
The information provided here is strictly educational and is not intended as medical or diagnostic advice. Any diagnosis and subsequent treatment of a leg injury must be made by an equine veterinarian.

45. IngentaConnect Musculoskeletal Manifestations In Patients With Thyroid Disease
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48. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
However, bone dislocations are a rare cause of carpal tunnel syndrome. Some cases of carpal tunnel syndrome are due to workrelated cumulative trauma of
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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a disorder in which the median nerve is compressed at the wrist causing symptoms like tingling, pain, coldness, and sometimes weakness in parts of the hand. It is the best known of a class of disorders called repetitive strain injuries
The median nerve runs through the carpal tunnel , a canal in the wrist that is surrounded by bone on three sides, and a fibrous sheath (the flexor retinaculum) on the other. In addition to the nerve, many of the hand's tendons pass through this canal. The median nerve can be compressed by swelling of the contents of the canal, by soft tissue swelling in and around the tunnel or even by direct pressure from part of a broken or dislocated bone. However, bone dislocations are a rare cause of carpal tunnel syndrome. edit
The syndrome is much more common in women than it is in men.

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50. ASSH | Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Information about hand, wrist, finger, elbow and shoulder problems from theAmerican Society for Surgery of the Hand. ASSH is the oldest and largest

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What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition brought on by increased pressure or a pinched nerve at the wrist. Symptoms may include numbness, tingling, and pain in the arm, hand, and fingers. There is a space in the wrist called the carpal tunnel where the median nerve and nine tendons pass from the forearm into the hand (see Diagram 2). Carpal tunnel syndrome happens when pressure builds up from swelling in this tunnel and puts pressure on the nerve. When the pressure from the swelling becomes great enough to disturb the way the nerve works, numbness, tingling, and pain may be felt in the hand and fingers (see Diagram 1).
Usually the cause is unknown. Pressure on the nerve can happen several ways: swelling of the lining of the flexor tendons, called tenosynovitis; joint dislocations, fractures, and arthritis can narrow the tunnel; and keeping the wrist bent for long periods of time. Fluid retention during pregnancy can cause swelling in the tunnel and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, which often go away after delivery. Thyroid conditions, rheumatoid arthritis, and diabetes also can be associated with carpal tunnel syndrome. There may be a combination of causes.
Signs and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms usually are pain, numbness, tingling, or a combination of the three. The numbness or tingling most often takes place in the thumb, index, middle, and ring fingers. The symptoms usually are felt during the night but also may be noticed during daily activities such as driving or reading a newspaper. Patients sometimes notice they have a weaker grip, occasional clumsiness, and may drop things. In severe cases, sensation may be permanently lost and the muscles at the base of the thumb slowly shrink (thenar atrophy).

51. EMedicine Health - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Overview
carpal tunnel syndrome is a disease of the hand characterized by numbness,tingling, pain, and weakness. The disease typically affects the thumb, index,
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Overview
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a disease of the hand characterized by numbness, tingling, pain, and weakness. The disease typically affects the thumb, index, and middle fingers and is often particularly troublesome at night. A major nerve, specifically the median nerve, travels down the arm and enters the hand through the carpal tunnel, which is located in the central part of the wrist. In people with carpal tunnel syndrome, pressure in the carpal tunnel is higher than in unaffected people, and median nerve irritation occurs. Many conditions can cause increased pressure within the carpal tunnel and lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome was first described with broken wrists. A broken wrist can cause bleeding and swelling within the carpal tunnel leading to increased pressure within the carpal tunnel. Most people with carpal tunnel syndrome have no identifiable cause. It affects almost 5% of the population and is most common in middle-aged women. Carpal tunnel syndrome is diagnosed based on the complaints of the individual combined with physical tests and often electrical studies. No single test is definitive for diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome. Instead, the person's complaints and test findings together lead to its diagnosis. Last updated: Aug 10, 2005

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54. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Articles - TIFAQ
carpal tunnel syndrome Usually, carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is consideredan inflammatory See also, Who Gets carpal tunnel syndrome, below.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of a group of disorders categorized by several different terms: repetitive stress injuries, cumulative trauma disorder, overuse syndromes, chronic upper limb pain syndrome, or repetitive motion disorders. All of these problems are generally associated with repetitive and forceful use of the hands that damage muscles and bones of the upper extremities.
What Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Work-Related Causes.
Disorders related to work that requires repetitive motion are increasing. They account for nearly half of all reported work-related illness, and carpal tunnel syndrome is estimated to account for over 41% of these repetitive motion disorders. Researchers have defined six key risk factors in the workplace for the development of these disorders, including carpal tunnel syndrome: (1) repetition, (2) high force, (3) awkward joint posture, (4) direct pressure, (5) vibration, and (6) prolonged constrained posture. Some experts believe that incorrect posture may play a large role in the development of CTS, particularly in people who work at computer and other types of keyboards. The tendency to roll the shoulders forward, round the lower back, and thrust the chin forward can shorten the neck and shoulder muscles, compressing nerves in the neck. This, in turn, can affect the wrist, fingers, and hand. It has been difficult, however, to obtain reliable data on the direct link between repetitive hand and wrist tasks and carpal tunnel syndrome.

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56. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome -- Topic Overview
What is carpal tunnel syndrome? carpal tunnel syndrome is a specific group ofsymptoms that can include
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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a specific group of symptoms that can include tingling, numbness, weakness, or pain in the fingers, thumb, hand, and occasionally in the arm. These symptoms occur when there is pressure on the median nerve within the wrist. The carpal tunnel is a small space or "tunnel" in the wrist formed by the wrist bones (carpal bones) and a ligament (transverse carpal ligament). The median nerve and several tendons pass through the carpal tunnel from the forearm to the hand. The tendons are surrounded by tubes of tissue (tendon sheaths). The median nerve controls some movements of the thumb, and this nerve supplies feeling to most of the thumb and to the index finger, middle finger, and part of the ring finger. See an illustration of carpal tunnel anatomy To back to the top Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Topic Overview Previous Next Search the Help Last updated: February 04, 2005

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58. Preventing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome -- How Can I Prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Don t wait till you have symptoms to take preventive measures—increase yourawareness of how you use
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Who We Are About WebMD Site Map Health Topics Symptoms ... Credits Preventing carpal tunnel syndrome How can I prevent carpal tunnel syndrome? Don't wait till you have symptoms to take preventive measures—increase your awareness of how you use your hands and equipment throughout the day, and make some changes. Many different kinds of activity can cause carpal tunnel syndrome. Use this illustration of an ergonomically correct workstation setup and posture to adjust your working environment and how you use it. You can also use this diagram to help you set up other work areas, such as where you do your hobbies or work with hand tools.
When setting up your work area:
  • Center your work in front of you, as low as possible without touching your legs (your forearms are parallel to the floor or slightly lowered). If you work while standing, have your work surface at about waist height. Keep your hands and wrists in line with your forearms. If you work at a keyboard, tilt it to help keep this alignment. See illustrations of

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60. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Information on causes, diagnosis and treatment options for carpal tunnel syndrome.
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The carpal tunnel is created by the wrist bones on the bottom and a ligament over the top. The median nerve runs through the tunnel along with the flexor tendons to the wrist. Pressure within the tunnel can compromise the nerve and lead to carpal tunnel syndrome.

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