carpal美 ['kɑ:pl] 英 ['kɑ:pl]
any of the eight small bones that form the wrist
relating to the bones in the wrist
a bone in the wrist
There was no fracture of the distal radius and no associated carpal instability or disruption of the distal radio-ulnar joint.
If you don't, you could damage your eyes and develop a problem called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in your wrists.
It took carpal tunnel syndrome and an inflexible corporate environment for me to realize that I desperately needed a change.
As muscle variations may compress the median nerve while in the carpal tunnel, the clinician should be aware of such a variation.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common peripheral entrapment neuropathies.
We suggest that traditional Chinese medicine be considered an alternative therapy for thoracic outlet syndrome and carpal tunnel syndrome.
The probability of carpal tunnel syndrome was lowered after the electrodiagnostic testing in most of these cases.
Distal to this line the bone slopes dorsally and gives rise to the attachment of the volar wrist capsule and volar carpal ligaments.
The concomitant presence of finger movement dysfunction is rare and suggests the involvement of the flexor tendons inside the carpal tunnel.
Conclusion High frequency ultrasound is of high diagnostic value in cubital and carpal tunnel syndrome.