Carpal tunnel syndrome: Surgical treatment for symptom relief and improved function
Surgery versus non-surgical therapy for carpal tunnel syndrome: A randomised parallel-group trialLancet. 2009 Sep 26;374(9695):1074-81.
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116 patients presenting with carpal tunnel syndrome were randomized to receive either surgical or multi-modality, non-surgical treatment to compare both functional and pain outcomes. The results from this study indicated that there was a small but significant improvement in carpal tunnel syndrome assessment questionnaire (CTSAQ) scores in the surgical group when compared to the non-surgical group ...
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