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Since first being reported in the early 20th century, carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) has become the most common nerve compression problem in this country today, affecting one percent of the population. It is not surprising then that it is the most common ailment reported to workers’ compensation carriers. While diagnosis, pathology, and treatment have become more firmly established, the search for the cause of this problem continues to evolve.


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