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[...] is the result of compressing the median nerve where it passes through the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm. It often occurs in occupations where rapid and forceful pronation of the forearm with wrist flexion are frequent.
Pronator teres syndrome

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[...] is the result of compressing the median nerve where it passes through the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm. It often occurs in occupations where rapid and forceful pronation of the forearm with wrist flexion are frequent.
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[...] is the result of compressing the median nerve where it passes through the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm. It often occurs in occupations where rapid and forceful pronation of the forearm with wrist flexion are frequent.
Pronator teres syndrome
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Pronator teres syndrome is the result of compressing the median nerve where it passes through the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm. It often occurs in occupations where rapid and forceful pronati

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