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The Pathological Links between Adiposity and the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"Many epidemiological studies point to the connection between obesity and carpal tunnel syndrome. " "Taking these factors into account, we undertook an extensive literature review of the fat deposition around the wrist, the insulin resistance, dyslipidemia, inflammatory, and oxidative pathways related to the central deposition of the fat, impaired muscle contraction, and metabolic regulation of myosteatosis. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/cimb44060181


Comparison of Two Manual Therapy Programs, including Tendon Gliding Exercises as a Common Adjunct, While Managing the Participants with Chronic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"Carpal tunnel syndrome is the symptomatic compression neuropathy of the median nerve at the wrist level that can be a cause of upper limb paralysis in both the female and male populations. This research was intended to determine the effect-enhancing adjunct in the treatment of chronic CTS patients using tendon gliding exercises. Participants with persistent CTS were randomly assigned to both the NT and CBMT groups. At 3 weeks postintervention and follow-up at one week post-intervention, a significant difference was found for all outcomes except pain and grip strength, except for fatigue and grip strength. The article will help the physiotherapist prescribe one of the combination methods that are most effective for treating treatment goals while still treating patients with persistent CTS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/1975803


A Prospective Cohort Study: Platelet-Rich Plasma Combined with Carpal Tunnel Release Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome short (running) title: PRP-CTR Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"Abstract Background: PRP injection was found to improve the health of people with mild to moderate Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. " f08CTSuff09. We wanted to see whether adjuvant PRP therapy would improve the prognosis while using CTR, so we included 82 patients. Within a month after surgery, CTR combined with PRP therapy improved the VAS, BCTQ-SSS, and BCTQ-FSS in patients with moderate symptoms. Given the growing financial burden on patients, CTR combined with PRP should be cautious in CTS therapy. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1443905/v1


A Prospective Cohort Study: Platelet-Rich Plasma Combined with Carpal Tunnel Release Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome short (running) title: PRP-CTR Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"Abstract Background PRP injection was found to improve the health of people with mild to moderate Carpal Tunnel Syndrome". Methods We investigated whether adjuvant PRP therapy could enhance the prognosis using CTR, and included 82 patients in this review. Within one month after surgery, CTR combined with PRP therapy raised the VAS, BCTQ-SSS, and BCTQ-FSS in patients with moderate symptoms. Given the additional financial burden on patients, CTR combined with PRP should be cautious in CTS therapy. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1443905/v2


The Advanced Glycation Endproduct, Pentosidine, in the Carpal Ligament in Patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Undergoing Hemodialysis: Comparison with Idiopathic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"Background/Aims: Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common complication in patients on long-term hemodialysis. " This study is to determine if pentosidine accumulations in the carpal ligament in patients receiving CTS-induced HD in comparison to idiopathic CTS. Methods: During surgery from 28 patients with CTS undergoing HD and 13 patients with idiopathic CTS, patients with idiopathic CTS were induced, with carpal ligaments and skin. Pentosidine levels in ligament and skin were noticeably higher in HD CTS than ID CTS. Pentosidine and pyridinoline in ligament, pentosidine in skin, length of HD, and serum u03b22-microglobulin between the amyloid+ group and the amyloidu2013 group made no significant difference between the amyloid+ group and the amyloidu2013 group. Conclusion: A higher percentage of pentosidine in the carpal ligament in HD patients compared to idiopathic patients indicates that an accumulation of AGEs leads to one of the causes of CTS in patients undergoing HD. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1159/000045218


The Relationship between Nerve Conduction Study and Clinical Grading of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Bangladeshi Population

"Median nerve of the carpel tunnel has been localized and it has been compressed in median nerve, resulting in mechanical compression and local ischemia has been correlated with age and gender matched control. " In Bangladesh, the aim of this study is to determine the correlation between Nerve Conduction Study and Clinical Grading of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The study of a total 100 patientsu2019 were prospectively monitored for the period of six months, 50 patients, and 50 years old, were found in CTS and 50 years old, as well as sex matched healthy control subjects. The patients were divided into three groups with mild CTS, moderate CTS, and severe CTS respectively, as per Mackinn's classification. Based on clinical findings, the study participants were divided into three groups with mild CTS, moderate CTS, and severe CTS respectively. The correlation between the clinical severity grade and various nerve conduction study variables was correlated. The study was linked to age and gender matched control interventions, but we extrapolate the absence of a strong correlation between the clinical results and individual characteristics of study characteristics. Out of 50 patients with symptoms consistent with CTS and 50 years old, as well as matched healthy control subjects, were evaluated. Hypothyroidism, ten patients diagnosed with elevated DM, ten patients showed elevated DM, and 4 patients had lipid profile abnormalities, according to 7 pts. Since, the median sensory latency and nerve conduction velocity measured in the study population and high apprehension with clinically different grading of CTS is different. Conclusion: The sensory conduction appears to be more sensitive AUC 0. 89 and significantly correlated when compared to motor conduction characteristics, according to the study's conclusion, "the correlation remained despite clinical severity of CTS is different from gender and age matched cases. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36348/sjmps.2022.v08i05.009


Case-Control Study on Individual Risk Factors of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Bangladeshi Population

"Introduction: Carpal tunnel syndrome is a symptomatic compression neuropathy of the median nerve at the wrist, characterized by increased pressure inside the carpal tunnel and a reduced function of the nerve at that level. " Objective: To determine the individual risk factors of carpal tunnel syndrome in the Bangladeshi population. The incidence of CTS in middle-aged women was significantly higher than that in men. Patients were diagnosed in the 84% of patients in our analysis, and 79% of patients were aged 41-70 years. There were 756 CTS patients aged 41-70 years without any other ailments that might have caused numbness as the case group. In the control group, the difference was 22. 79. 60 and 21. 49. 03, with significant difference between the case and control group. Hypertension may be a risk factor of CTS in the early phases, but it could rise the risk of long-term high blood pressure. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36347/sjams.2022.v10i05.031


Sickness absence and disability pension after carpal tunnel syndrome diagnosis: A register-based study of patients and matched references in Sweden

"Aims: The aim of this report was to examine sickness absence and disability pension among people with carpal tunnel syndrome and their matched references, accounting for sociodemographic characteristics. " The average number of SA/DP days per person-year was 58 days among those not on DP at inclusion, and 20 days among the matched references. In comparison to the matched controls, the rate of SA/DP days in men with CTS was threefold higher among people with CTS than among the matched peers. Moreover, the RR for SA/DP days in comparison to the matched ones was threefold higher among men with CTS than among women with CTS. Among younger age groups, the association between CTS and the number of SA/DP days was smaller. Sociodemographic characteristics were also associated with SA/DP among people with and without CTS. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/14034948211002729


Endoscopic treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome: a critical review

"An extensive review of published papers on the topic of endoscopic carpal tunnel release surgery is included," the author says, "covering six endoscopic techniques used to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. " The mean time to return to work in patients not receiving Workers' Compensation was 17. 8 days, ranging from 10. 8 to 22. 3 days. Endoscopic carpal tunnel release surgery's success and complication rates are similar to those for standard open procedures. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/jns.1998.88.5.0817


Carpal tunnel syndrome: matching minimally invasive surgical techniques

"The transillumination technique used in 473 cases with a single wrist incision and a single linear wrist incision for access to the carpalotome was used; in 216 cases, transillumination was abandoned, and a single linear wrist incision was performed; and in 583 cases, the methods were even improved by making a second incision in the palm using the carpalotome. Complete remission of symptoms was obtained in 90 percent of patients in Group B, 88% of those in Group B, and 99. 8% of those in Group C. 44 patients in Group A, 24 in Group B, were symptomatic, and just 1 in Group C underwent a repeat operation with the open technique, and only 1 in Group C underwent a repeat procedure using the open technique due to the persistence of symptoms. The procedure of median nerve decompression at the wrist that was used for patients in Group C is a viable alternative for treating CTS. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/jns/2008/108/5/1033

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