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  1. Carpal tunnel syndrome is becoming more frequently recognized and may be occurring more often. It may result from repetitive ...
  2. A diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome may follow testing the affected hand for numbness, tingling, weakness and/or pain in specific areas. Muscle and nerve ...
  3. In treating carpal tunnel syndrome, surgery may be required to release the compressed median nerve. The open release procedure involves simply cutting the ...
  4. ... that move the fingers and are associated with carpal tunnel syndrome are visible just below the wrist.