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Diagnostic Usefulness of Digital Infrared Thermal Image in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Park J, Lee JW, Lee SE, Kim BH, Park D

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the usefulness of infrared thermography in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome by comparing with electrodiagnostic and ultrasonographic findings. METHOD: From January 2014...
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Brachial plexus impingement secondary to implantable cardioverter defibrillator: A case report

Jumper N, Radotra I, Witt P, Campbell N, Mishra A

Overall complication rates of 9.1% have been reported following implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) placement. Brachial plexus injury is infrequently reported in the literature. We describe a 26-year-old female experiencing left...
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Caused by Persistent Median Artery and Bifid Median Nerve in an Adolescent

Lee SU, Lee HW, Joo SY

Carpal tunnel syndrome is rare in children. When it does occur in children, the most common causes reported are mucopolysaccharidosis and mucolipidosis. The median artery is a transitory vessel that...
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A case of potentially lethal vascular variation in association with palmaris profundus muscle

Gaikwad MR, Ravi PK, Patnaik M

Arterial variations in upper limbs are often reported commonly. Superficial arterial variations accounting for 4.2% of all arterial variations are hazardous during any invasive procedures of the upper limb, from...
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Superficial brachioulnar artery and its clinical significance

Sieger J, Patel L, Sheikh K, Parker E, Sheng M, Sakthi-Velavan S

The authors report a rare variation of the vasculature in the upper limbs of an 84-year-old male cadaver. A high bifurcation of the brachial artery occurred bilaterally at the proximal...
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Risk Assessment of Injury to Palmar Cutaneous Branch of the Median Nerve Using High-Resolution Ultrasound

Jeong YH, Choi JH, Choi HS, Kang S, Yang SN, Yoon JS

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the relationship between the palmar cutaneous branch of median nerve (PCBMN) and surrounding anatomical structures by using high-resolution ultrasound (HRUS) to assess the risk of PCBMN injury. METHODS:...
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Caused by Pseudogout

Kim E, Chae SW, Lee H, Lee SW

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) caused by pseudogout is an uncommon disease. The authors report a 65-year-old female who complained of sudden pain and neurological symptoms on her left hand. Surgical...
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Palmar Digital Neuropathy With Anatomical Variation of Median Nerve: Usefulness of Orthodromic Technique: A Case Report

Noh JS, Park JW, Kwon HK

Anatomic variation of palmar digital nerve pathways were reported in several cases. Selective exploration of palmar digital nerves with a nerve conduction study has been challenging, because of technical issues....
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Initial absence of N20 waveforms from median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials in a patient with cardiac arrest and good outcomes

Habeych ME, Moshayedi , Rittenberger JC, Gunn SR

A 34-year-old male was brought to the hospital with a chest gunshot wound. Pulseless upon arrival, blood pressure was absent for 10 minutes. A thoracotomy resulted in return of spontaneous...
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Brachial Plexus Injury after Deep Sleep

Kwak JM, Choi JH, Park DY

Lying on the side while falling asleep deeply after drinking or taking a sleeping pill can cause compressive neuropathy. We report a 70-year-old male patient of medial cord of left...
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Thrombosed Fusiform Dilatation of Persistent Median Artery with Normal Median Nerve

Park GY, Kwon DR, Kwon DG, Jung WB

Carpal tunnel syndrome can be produced by abnormal mass effect due to trauma, ganglion cysts, various soft tissue tumors, musculotendinous variants, and aberrant vascular structures. Persistent median artery is one...
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome due to Lipoma: A Case Report

Seo KB, Kim SR, Nam KW, Choi S, Seo JY, Rho JY, Kim GM

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common compressive neuropathy in the hand. Median nerve is chronically compressed in a narrow space composed of transverse carpal ligament and carpal bones, which...
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Median nerve entrapment in a callus fracture following a pediatric both-bone forearm fracture: A case report and literature review

Fourati A, Ghorbel I, Karra A, Elleuch MH, Ennouri K

Forearm fractures are common injuries in childhood. Median nerve entrapment is a rare complication of forearm fractures, but several cases have been reported in the literature. This case report discusses...
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Rare case of median nerve and brachial artery entrapment by an abnormal musculo-fascial tunnel in the arm: possible cause of neurovascular compression syndrome

Kumar N, Padur AA, Prabhu G, Shanthakumar SR, Bhaskar R

Entrapment neuropathies of the peripheral nervous system are frequently encountered due to anatomical variations. Median nerve is the most vulnerable nerve to undergo entrapment neuropathies. The clinical complications are mostly...
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Optimal Ultrasonographic Measurements for Diagnosing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Patients With Diabetic Sensorimotor Polyneuropathy: A Case-Control Study

Park JW, Lee S, Jang RW, Lee S, Lee S, Cho H, Choi YH, Kwak J

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the optimal sonographic method for diagnosing carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) in patients with diabetic sensorimotor polyneuropathy (DSP). METHODS: A total of 190 participants were divided into four groups...
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Variation of the Axillary Arch in Korean Cadaver

Jeong HS, Jo SW, Lee JH

Axillary arch is relatively common variation of muscle in the axilla. There were several attentions on axillary arch due to its anatomical and surgical importance. During educational dissection, a variant...
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Recurrent Motor Branch Entrapment: A Case Report

Kwon YW, Choi IC, Kwon HK, Park JW

Recurrent motor branch entrapment syndrome is a compressive mononeuropathy of recurrent motor branch of median nerve. It is a rare condition as a cause of thenar muscle wasting and may...
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Recurrent carpal tunnel syndrome associated with extension of flexor digitorum muscle bellies into the carpal tunnel: A case series

Castillo R, Sheth K, Babigian A, Scola C

While the success or failure of carpal tunnel release ultimately depends on the interplay of a wide array of factors, a broad understanding of the normal anatomy of the carpal...
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Variations in Branching Patterns of the Anterior Circumflex Humeral Artery

Jung SJ, Park WJ, Heo YR, Choi IJ, Lee JH

Anatomic variations in the branching pattern of the axillary artery are common and have been studied by many authors. The origin of the anterior circumflex humeral artery is also various...
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Effects of a Temperature-sensitive, Anti-adhesive Agent on the Clinical Outcome of Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery

Cha SM, Shin HD

PURPOSE: We investigated the anti-adhesive effects of a temperature-sensitive poloxamer/alginate mixture (Guardix-SG®; Hanmi Medicare Inc., Korea) through a prospective randomized controlled study for carpal tunnel release surgery. METHODS: The 47 patients...
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