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Patients with a main or secondary diagnosis of repetitive strain injury were chosen and split into 2 teams according to the existence of DM. In total amount, 12,419 patients with CTS were included in the research: 2487 in DM associate and 9932 in non-DM accomplice. DM duration was negatively related with the rate of CTR in CTS patients with DM. The rate of CTR was lowered in patients with DM contrasted to those without DM in the unadjusted model; however, after adjusting for comorbidities, DM had no substantial impact on the rate of CTR. Diabetic polyneuropathy was not associated with CTR, and we did not find any elements associating with CTR in DPN patients. Actual end results of CTR in CTS patents with different comorbidities ought to be examined in future studies for ideal management of CTS.
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