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Deep CTS: a Deep Neural Network for Identification MRI of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

"Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common peripheral nerve disease in adults; it can cause pain, numbness, and even muscle atrophy, and can also cause muscle atrophy, which can adversely influence patients' daily life and work. " MRI as a novel imaging technology can help the patient's health be more objectively, and several characteristics of carpal tunnel syndrome have been found. To meet the challenge, we recommend a deep learning framework called Deep CTS to separate the carpal tunnel from the MR photo. To meet the challenge, we recommend Deep CTS, a full-fledge learning framework. With simplified U-Net, the Deep CTS consists of the shape classifier with a simple convolution neural network and the carpal tunnel region segmentation. Deep CTS can segment the carpal tunnel area more effectively and increase the union of results with the specialized system for the carpal tunnel. The experimental results showed that the result of the newly developed deep learning framework was much higher than other segmentation networks for small objects. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10278-022-00661-4


Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Provides Limited Therapeutic Effects on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

"However, however, solid evidence on the clinical effectiveness of extracorporeal shock wave therapy for carpal tunnel syndrome is also lacking. " This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness and safety of extracorporeal shock wave therapy in comparison to overnight wrist splint therapy alone for patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. From PubMed, Embase, and Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials Central, all available studies comparing the results of extracorporeal shock wave therapy for treating carpal tunnel syndrome treated carpal tunnel syndrome were found between extracorporeal shock wave therapy, night wrist splint, and Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials Central's top citations since 20 January 2022. At 8-10 and 12-14 weeks post-treatment, or using the ATM approach, extracorporeal shock wave therapy showed no improvement in efficacy in comparison to treatment with night wrist splint alone, or with the ATM approach. "In summary, the therapeutic effects of extracorporeal shock wave therapy are temporary and largely nonsignificant compared to using night wrist splints alone. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/medicina58050677


Correlation between Electrodiagnostic Study and Imaging Features in Patients with Suspected Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

"Previous studies have investigated the connection between EDXs and ultrasonography, but not with X-rays. " Several studies on the diagnostic value of X-rays in various conditions have been published, but CTS data on CTS are lacking. We investigated the correlation between electrodiagnostic parameters and roentgenographic and ultrasonographic characteristics in CTS and explored the effectiveness of X-rays and U. S. for CTS. All patients with suspected CTS underwent EDXs, wrist US, and wrist X-rays. "Both wrist X-rays and wrist U. S. can be helpful in the diagnosis of CTS as supplements to EDXs," says Stephanie.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm11102808


Assessment Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome With Ultrasonography.

"Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common nerve entrapment neuropathy caused by median nerve compression at the wrist as it travels through Osseo's porous canal known as carpal tunnel. " With a mean age of 50, CTS mostly affect females rather than males. However, nerve conduction studies provide quantitative evidence about median nerve function, which is also good at predicting intervention outcomes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.55519/JAMC-02-9892


Effectiveness of Platelet-Rich Plasma for Patients With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Systematic Review and meta-Analysis of Current Evidence in Randomized Controlled Trials.

"Background: There was a series of clinical trials last year that focused on local injection of platelet-rich plasma for treatment of patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. " However, PRP's safety and effectiveness in these CTS patients's PRP patients remains uncertain. We therefore conducted a systematic review to compare PRP with other conservative drugs used in CTS patients' care. In the mid-term efficacy, the PRP group was more effective than the control group in the visual analogue scale, SSS, functional status scale, sensory peak latency, and cross-sectional area of median nerve stimulation. Conclusion: Local PRP injection is more effective than other conservative therapies in terms of mid-term effects in relieving pain, improving wrist function and symptoms, minimizing MN swelling, and partially improving electrophysiological results are all relevant. However, the long-term adverse effect and agreement on PRP standardization in CTS patients still need more large-scale trials," the authors said.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fphar.2022.834213

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