CORRELATION BETWEEN CLINICAL EXAMINATION AND NERVE CONDUCTION STUDIES IN CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
*Dr. Mohd. Ahsan Wani, Mustaq Ahmed Ganaie, Sushil Kumar Aggarwal and Prof. P. K. Davies
Compression of the median nerve at the wrist or carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) continues to play a significant role in treatment of patients in both medical and surgical practices diagnostic tests must be used to detect the condition early so that permanent damage to the median nerve can be prevented. This study was conducted at Bone and Joint Hospital Barzullah Srinagar in an attempt to know how far we can detect the cases clinically at an early stage and the usefulness of the nerve conduction studies. Both the findings will be correlated with the operative finding.
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