During surgery on a right wrist with carpal tunnel syndrome, an incision is made over the volar aspect of the wrist to expose the carpal ligament. A stab incision is made in the ligament to expose the median nerve. The transverse carpal ligament is released, and the median nerve is decompressed. Medicine is injected into the incision site.
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