Anatomy of Guyon's canal - a systematic review.

Abstract

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the first on the list of peripheral nerve lesions in the upper limb. Most of the anatomical facts about this syndrome are widely known. The Guyoun's canal is the second reason for compression syndrome in the wrist. Anatomy of this is region still remains controversial. This is why authors tried to compile some latest findings accompanied by their own observation, and added some clinical notes, which might be useful both for orthopedic surgeons and well as for representatives of basic sciences.

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@article{Depukat2014AnatomyOG, title={Anatomy of Guyon's canal - a systematic review.}, author={Paweł Depukat and Ewa Mizia and Michal Klosinski and Miroslawa Dzikowska and Wieslawa Klimek-Piotrowska and Malgorzata Mazur and Marcin Kuniewicz and Tomasz Bonczar}, journal={Folia medica Cracoviensia}, year={2014}, volume={54 2}, pages={81-6} }