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Karpaltunnelsyndrom

  • Michael Strobel

Zusammenfassung

Das Karpaltunnelsyndrom ist das am häufigsten vorkommende periphere Nervenkompressionssyndrom. Für ein Karpaltunnelsyndrom (KTS) können verschiedene Faktoren verantwortlich sein (Tabelle 15-1). Frauen sind gehäuft betroffen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Strobel
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  1. 1.Orthopädische GemeinschaftspraxisStraubingDeutschland

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