Carpal tunnel syndrome is the result of compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel of the wrist. This tunnel is an opening under the carpal ligament on the palmar side of the carpal bones, through which pass the median nerve, finger tendons, and blood vessels Swelling of the tendon sheath reduces the opening of the tunnel and pinches the median nerve (and blood vessels).
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- (no access) - 6-ERGO-CTD.pdf, p27
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