Carpal tunnel syndrome is most accurately diagnosed using a medical history, the patient's descriptions of symptoms, a physical examination, and electrodiagnostic tests that measure nerve conduction through the hand.
Diagnosing CTS, however, is not straightforward. Only a small fraction of patients exhibit all three factors necessary for a clear diagnosis:
Many people have abnormal electrodiagnostic test...Read more
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I just saw the following question: I recently had carpal tunnel surgery on both hands at the beginning of June. It's now late July and my... Read more »