Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition in which the median nerve is compressed as it enters the hand from the forearm under the carpal ligament. The pressure on the median nerve can cause pain, muscle weakness, and numbness in the hand. Exhibit depicting an overview of carpal tunnel syndrome in the right arm and the following surgery. An incision is made over the anterior wrist and the carpal ligament is released.
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