All Relations between Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and arm

Publication Sentence Publish Date Extraction Date Species
L G Gunnarsson, A Amilon, P Hellstrand, P Leissner, L Philipso. The diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome. Sensitivity and specificity of some clinical and electrophysiological tests. Journal of hand surgery (Edinburgh, Scotland). vol 22. issue 1. 1997-06-03. PMID:9061520. according to our results clinical examination by an experienced doctor seems to be sufficient if there are typical symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, but if there is a history of pain, atypical symptoms or earlier fractures in the arm, wrist or hand, it is important to add a neurophysiological examination. 1997-06-03 2023-08-12 Not clear
F C Garland, C F Garland, E J Doyle, L L Balazs, R Levine, W M Pugh, E D Gorha. Carpal tunnel syndrome and occupation in U.S. Navy enlisted personnel. Archives of environmental health. vol 51. issue 5. 1996-12-04. PMID:8896390. the objectives of this study were to (a) describe demographic factors associated with high rates of carpal tunnel syndrome (cts), cubital tunnel syndrome, and other neuritis of the arm and hand, and (2) identify the high-risk occupations associated with these disorders in the navy. 1996-12-04 2023-08-12 Not clear
J Valls-Solé, R Alvarez, M Nuñe. Limited longitudinal sliding of the median nerve in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. Muscle & nerve. vol 18. issue 7. 1995-07-20. PMID:7783766. in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome, we monitored electrophysiologically the longitudinal adjustment of the median nerve to positions of extreme flexion and extreme extension of the wrist and elbow, by measuring the differences induced in the latency of the sensory nerve action potential (snap) recorded in the forearm and upper arm. 1995-07-20 2023-08-12 human
P Harber, D Bloswick, J Beck, L Peña, D Baker, J Le. Supermarket checker motions and cumulative trauma risk. Journal of occupational medicine. : official publication of the Industrial Medical Association. vol 35. issue 8. 1993-12-10. PMID:8229332. each completed a questionnaire concerning uectd symptoms; four composite symptom indices were derived: any arm symptoms, hand-wrist-lower arm (s-dist), upper arm, and symptoms specifically associated with carpal tunnel syndrome (s-spc). 1993-12-10 2023-08-12 human
A Toomingas, M Hagberg, L Jorulf, T Nilsson, L Burström, S Kihlber. Outcome of the abduction external rotation test among manual and office workers. American journal of industrial medicine. vol 19. issue 2. 1991-03-13. PMID:1992678. a positive association was noted between a pathological aer test and current problems in the neck/scapula or shoulder/upper arm regions, day- or night-time numbness in the hands, tension neck, and carpal tunnel syndrome. 1991-03-13 2023-08-11 Not clear
J Murtag. The painful arm. Australian family physician. vol 19. issue 9. 1990-11-21. PMID:2222316. it is common for arm pain to cause sleep disturbances and in such cases it is worth considering cervical causes, carpal tunnel syndrome and the thoracic outlet syndromes. 1990-11-21 2023-08-11 Not clear
W Taylo. Biological effects of the hand-arm vibration syndrome: historical perspective and current research. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. vol 83. issue 2. 1988-05-02. PMID:3280637. to complicate matters still further, there is the possibility that repeated, rapid mechanical movements of the hand and arm associated with handling heavy tools produce carpal tunnel syndrome but that the injury is not directly attributed to vibration. 1988-05-02 2023-08-11 Not clear
D R Chapman, J B Bennett, W J Bryan, H S Tullo. Complications of distal radial fractures: pins and plaster treatment. The Journal of hand surgery. vol 7. issue 5. 1982-12-18. PMID:7130661. thirty-three percent of our patients had some complications due to their pins and 16% required reoperation for carpal tunnel syndrome or replacement of loose pins, sequestrectomy, or extended treatment in long arm casts. 1982-12-18 2023-08-12 Not clear
R W Hardy, A Wilbourn, M Hanso. Surgical treatment of compressive cervical band. Neurosurgery. vol 7. issue 1. 1980-11-25. PMID:7413047. the syndrome should be differentiated from other causes of chronic arm pain, such as herniated cervical disc, syringomyelia, spinal cord tumor, or carpal tunnel syndrome. 1980-11-25 2023-08-12 Not clear
M Mumenthale. [Acroparesthesias due to disorders of the nervous trunk in the arm and forearm (with exclusion of the carpal tunnel syndrome). Clinical and therapeutic aspects]. Minerva medica. vol 66. issue 61. 1975-11-22. PMID:1161198. [acroparesthesias due to disorders of the nervous trunk in the arm and forearm (with exclusion of the carpal tunnel syndrome). 1975-11-22 2023-08-11 Not clear