Researching Effects of Drawing on Prevalence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Architecture Students

  title={Researching Effects of Drawing on Prevalence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Architecture Students},
  author={Esra Doğru and Mehmet Harun Kizilci and F. Duman and N. Korkmaz and {\"O}zden Canbay and Bircan Yucekaya},
  journal={Science Journal of Public Health},
Objectives: Carpal tunnel syndrome is an important peripheral neuropathy in architecture students because of the working and writing position for long hours. The purpose of this study was assesing and comparing carpal tunnel syndrome signs in the first grade and fourth grade architecture students. Methods: 30 first grade and 30 fourth grade students were included in the study. Each patient was assessed with a questionnaire, muscle tests, pain assesment and examination signs (Phalen Test, Tinnel… Expand
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