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  1. OSHA Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 5 Users: Introductory But Comprehensive OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health) Training for the Managers and Employees in a ... Individuals Interested in Health Maintenance by Daniel Farb, Bruce Gordon, 2005-02-01
  2. 21st Century Complete Medical Guide to Ergonomics, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), Repetitive Motion Injury, Authoritative Government Documents, Clinical ... Information for Patients and Physicians by PM Medical Health News, 2004-04
  3. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.(Pamphlet): An article from: Pamphlet by: Arthritis Foundation
  4. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome : A Guide for Patients by Robert Belsoe, 1995-12-20
  5. Prevalence and Risk Factors of Hand Problems and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome among Dental Hygienists.: An article from: Journal of Dental Hygiene by James A. Lalumandier, Scott D. McPhee, 2001-03-22
  6. The Pain Relief Breakthrough : The Power of Magnets to Relieve Backaches, Arthritis, Menstrual Cramps, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sports Injuries, & More
  7. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Relief and Prevention
  8. OSHA Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Daniel Farb, Bruce Gordon, 2003-08-20
  9. AAOS Practice Guideline: Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by American Academy of, 2009-05-15
  10. Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Anatomical Chart by Anatomical Chart Company, 2000-01-28
  11. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The Role of the Subsynovial Connective Tissue by Anke M Ettema, 2006
  12. Rsi: Repetitive Strain Injury : Repetitive Strain Injury, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Office Numbers (Thorsons Health) by Wendy Chalmers Mill, 1994-10
  13. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: An entry from Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine, 3rd ed.</i> by Rosalyn, MD Carson-DeWitt, 2006
  14. Carpal tunnel syndrome: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine</i> by Belinda Rowland, 2001

61. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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63. Hospital Practice: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The reported incidence of workrelated carpal tunnel syndrome has In the caseof carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), however, this definition is often
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Is It Work-Related?
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The reported incidence of work-related carpal tunnel syndrome has skyrocketed; however, many cases have an underlying systemic cause. A methodical investigationincluding appropriate imaging studies and laboratory testingcan differentiate symptoms that are primarily occupational from those with associated medical illness or obesity.
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Case Presentation A 59-year-old woman was referred for evaluation of hand numbness that had persisted after carpal tunnel surgery. Her problems had begun nine years earlier with onset of pain at the base of each thumb. Regular use of ibuprofen allowed her to continue working. After three years, nocturnal numbness and tingling developed in both hands. These symptoms were relieved by activity, however. The patient, a professional card dealer for more than 30 years, had assumed that her thumb pain was work-related. When it developed nine years earlier, she had consulted an orthopedist, who diagnosed osteoarthritis of the basilar thumb joints and CTS. He advised her to file a workers' compensation claim, which was accepted. She subsequently underwent bilateral carpal tunnel releases, arthroplasties of the first carpometacarpal joints, and trapeziectomies. At surgery, slight flattening of the right median nerve was noted. The left median nerve appeared to be normal. After returning to her regular job, she had experienced only minimal discomfort in her thumbs while dealing cards, but the nocturnal hand numbness continued. Five years after surgery she applied for reopening of her compensation claim because of paresthesias on the palmar sides of the third, fourth, and fifth digits while at rest. Shaking or other hand activity relieved the discomfort. Her workers' compensation physician warned that she faced permanent nerve damage if she continued to work as a card dealer and advised her to change occupations. Reluctant to do so, she decided to seek a second opinion.

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65. EMedicine - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome : Article By Mark Steele, MD
carpal tunnel syndrome carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a compressive neuropathyof the median nerve at the wrist. The carpal tunnel is formed by the
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Last Updated: July 2, 2004 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: CTS, median nerve compression at the wrist AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Mark Steele, MD , Associate Dean for Truman Medical Center Programs, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City Mark Steele, MD, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Emergency Medicine , and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Editor(s): David FM Brown, MD , Instructor, Department of Medicine, Division of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Associate Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital; Francisco Talavera, PharmD, PhD

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67. EMedicine - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome : Article By David A Fuller, MD
carpal tunnel syndrome carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most commonlydiagnosed and treated entrapment neuropathy. The syndrome is characterized by
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68. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
More and more kids are spending hours on the computer and more and more kids aregetting carpal tunnel syndrome. What is it? What are the symptoms?
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This strange-sounding problem has nothing to do with the kind of tunnels you drive through. When someone has carpal (say: kar -pul) tunnel syndrome , or CTS, the "tunnel" of bones and ligaments in their wrist has narrowed. This narrowed tunnel pinches a nerve, causing a tingly feeling or numbness in a person's hand, especially in the thumb and first three fingers. Someone with carpal tunnel system may have trouble typing on the computer or playing a video game. In fact, those repetitive motions (doing the same thing again and again) may be to blame for causing the carpal tunnel syndrome in the first place. Where Is This Tunnel?
Take a look at the palm of your hand. Under the skin at your wrist is the tunnel we're talking about. Nine tendons (tough bands of tissue that join a muscle with some other part of the body) and one nerve pass through this tunnel from the forearm to the hand. The bottom and sides of the carpal tunnel are formed by wrist bones, and the top of the tunnel is covered by a strong band of connective tissue called a ligament. The tendons that run through the tunnel connect muscles to bones and help you use your hand and bend your fingers and thumb. The nerve that passes through the carpal tunnel to reach the hand is the

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Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the popular name for a complex of signs and symptoms that results from compression of the median nerve as it passes through the wrist in a narrow, rigid tunnel which is surrounded by the bones of the wrist, filled with tendons, and covered with a tight ligament called the transverse ligament. In the carpal tunnel, the nerve is accompanied by the nine tendons that flex the fingers and thumb. The most common cause of CTS is swelling of the membranes (tendon sheaths or bursae) that normally surround and lubricate the tendons as they glide in the tunnel. The signs and symptoms may be mild, moderate, or severe and usually worsen without treatment. Figure 1 : Cross Section of Left Hand - Palm Facing Up
The syndrome occurs more often in women, typically after age 30. A non-specific inflammatory swelling of tendon bursae (tenosynovitis) is the common cause. Tasks that require rapid, repetitive bending of the fingers, the use of vibratory tools, or a prolonged power grip, are known to hasten the onset of symptoms. Many diseases, some drugs, direct injury, and even pregnancy may increase the fluid (swelling) in the bursae enough to compress the median nerve in the rigid tunnel. The median nerve functions to provide sensation to a significant portion of the palm and fingers. In addition, it also is responsible for providing the motor control of some of the muscles of the palm and thumb.

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72. Management Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - July 15, 2003 - American Family Physician
carpal tunnel syndrome affects approximately 3 percent of adults in the United A patient information handout on carpal tunnel syndrome, written by the

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PRACTICAL THERAPEUTICS Management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome ANTHONY J. VIERA, LCDR, MC, USNR, Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, Florida A patient information handout on carpal tunnel syndrome, written by the author of this article, is provided on page 279.
A PDF version of this document is available. Download PDF now (8 pages /151 KB). More information on using PDF files. C arpal tunnel syndrome, the most common focal peripheral neuropathy, results from compression of the median nerve at the wrist. The syndrome affects an estimated 3 percent of adult Americans and is approximately three times more common in women than in men. High prevalence rates have been reported in persons who perform certain repetitive wrist motions, but the significance of this relationship continues to be challenged. Although 30 percent of frequent computer users complain of hand paresthesias, only 10 percent meet clinical criteria for carpal tunnel syndrome, and nerve conduction studies are abnormal in only 3.5 percent of these persons. See page 204 for definitions of strength-of-evidence levels.

73. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - General Practice Notebook
carpal tunnel syndrome results from compression of the median nerve in the carpaltunnel and is characterised by painful paraesthesiae of the fingers and

74. Desktop Yoga - Prevention And Healing Of RSI And Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Help Y
Simple exercises that can be done in home or office to help prevent RSI and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Everyday Yoga: Use these exercises at your desk to help alleviate the strain of working at the computer. Anyone can do these simple exercises. They only take a few minutes and you can do them at your desk. Come on, try them now! RSI Yoga: Repetitive Stress Injury and Carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress disorders are preventable. The best possible scenario is never to develop symptoms, to work intelligently and to respect your body's needs. These simple and fun exercises will help you keep your computer from getting the best of you! Try them now! Try our new Warm ups! My Tai Chi Chu’an teacher often said, “every day,” meaning that we should practice every day without fail. I’ve found that if I warm up and stretch before my regular activities begin, I can set myself up for a calmer, happier, more productive day. Try them now! * The fine print: These exercises are suggested exercises which may help prevent and heal CTS and RSI. But if you are experiencing any symptoms, such as pain or burning in your hands, wrists or forearms, you should

75. MedlinePlus: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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76. What Is A Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)?
Causes, prevention, symptoms and treatments of Repetitive Strain Injury, a condition placing stress on muscles and joints. carpal tunnel syndrome is a form of RSI.
What is RSI? And What Are Its Symptoms?
Anyone who experiences pain and loss of feeling in the hands or wrists probably has some type of RSI, especially if the symptoms are associated with repetitive tasks. In the U.S., many specialists prefer to refer to RSI as cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs). Two different categories of RSI exist. These are Distinct RSI and Diffuse RSI Types of Distinct RSI
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS): This is the most widely recognized repetitive strain injury. Patients who suffer from CTS experience swelling of the membrane linings and surrounding tendons in the base of the palm. This inflammation compresses the nerve that supplies most of the feeling to the hand, causing numbness and aching in the inflamed area. The symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include pain or numbness in the wrist, thumb and first three fingers and loss of strength or dexterity in the hand. Bursitis: Individuals diagnosed with bursitis experience inflammation of the bursa against the tendons attaching the muscles to the shoulder or elbow. The specific symptoms are joint pain and stiffness, and limited movement. Epicondylitis: Epicondylitis is otherwise known as tennis or mouser's elbow. This condition includes inflammation or a tear of the tendons that attach the muscles of the forearm to the elbow. Because the muscles that bend the wrist down start at the elbow, tennis elbow can have widespread consequences. Forceful and repeated bending of the wrist and fingers cause tiny ruptures of the muscle and tendon around the "funny bone" on the inside of the elbow. Epicondylitis can produce painful symptoms and should be treated as soon as possible.

77. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Carpal tunnel syndrome Surface anatomy - normal wrist Compression of the median nerve Carpal tunnel surgical procedure Alternative names Return to top Median nerve dysfunction Definition Return to top Carpal tunnel syndrome is compression of the median nerve at the wrist, which may result in numbness, tingling, weakness, or muscle atrophy in the hand and fingers. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Return to top Carpal tunnel syndrome is common in people who perform repetitive motions of the hand and wrist, such as typing. When the wrist is poorly positioned, there isn't enough space for the median nerve to travel to the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by pressure exerted on the median nerve at the point where it passes through the wrist. The median nerve supplies sensation to the thumb-side of the palm, and to the thumb, index finger, middle finger, and the thumb-side of the ring finger. It also supplies movement to part of the hand. The nerve enters the hand between the wrist bones (called the carpal bones) and the tough membrane that holds the bones together (the transverse carpal ligament). This space is called the carpal tunnel. Since the passageway is rigid, any swelling in this area can cause compression of the nerve (this is also called entrapment of the nerve).

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79. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome PreventionTips
Simple free secret reduces wrist pain in computer typists, from Sound Feelings.
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    Simple free secret reduces wrist pain in computer typists, from Sound Feelings. This free carpal tunnel syndrome information, developed by a concert pianist, provides easy how-to solutions for self-improvement towards carpal tunnel syndrome and tendinitis. These tips provide valuable support for sore wrists, carpal tunnel syndrome therapies, carpal tunnel syndrome research, carpal tunnel syndrome remedies, carpal tunnel syndrome treatments, tunnel carpal syndrome and carpal tunnel syndrome cures.
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    One of the most important things to be aware of when establishing correct typing habits is that the arm, wrist and hand remain in a straight line.
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    It doesn’t matter if the arm is positioned horizontally, up or down, as long as the arm, wrist and hand remain in a straight line. This is because the fingers are controlled by muscles which are connected to tendons which go through the wrist and down along the arm. If there is a bend anywhere in this sequence, friction occurs which will lead to stress, inflammation and injury. Notice the bend in the wrist in the above “bad” picture. This is caused because the keyboard is tilted up with the flaps in the back and/or the person is sitting too high. Ironically, our “bad” illustration is often shown as the “correct” position in many diagrams and is the cause of much pain and suffering!

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