Sonographic diagnosis of anatomical variations associated with carpal tunnel syndrome.

Abstract

Bifid median nerve is an anatomic variation that occurs in about 18% of patients with symptoms suggestive of carpal tunnel syndrome and in about 15% of symptom-free subjects. Reversed palmaris longus is a rare anatomic muscular variation. The simultaneous presence of a bifid median nerve and a reversed palmaris longus has been very rarely described, usually… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jcu.22118

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@article{Franco2014SonographicDO, title={Sonographic diagnosis of anatomical variations associated with carpal tunnel syndrome.}, author={Paola de Franco and C. Erra and Giuseppe Granata and Daniele Coraci and Roberto Padua and Luca Padua}, journal={Journal of clinical ultrasound : JCU}, year={2014}, volume={42 6}, pages={371-4} }