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The purpose of this study is to document the primary investigator’s clinical experience performing Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release (USCTR) in the clinic procedure room setting through retrospective and prospective analysis of these now routinely collected clinical outcomes.
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The purpose of this study is to collect normal tissue as the control for a study looking at the role of synovial fibrosis in the development of carpal tunnel syndrome.
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This is a pilot study designed to acquire data on the added value of hydrodissection when using a corticosteroid injection as a treatment for patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. Hydrodissection is part of a standard clinical care injection under ultrasound guidance in which the fluid is used to separate the nerve from surrounding structures.
The purpose of this study is to determine if the Patient-Specific Functional Survey (PSFS) is a valid and reliable measure to evaluate functional difficulties with carpal tunnel syndrome.
The purpose of this study is to elicit patient preference for patient-reported outcome measures in carpal tunnel syndrome.
This study is being done to learn more about the cause of carpal tunnel syndrome.
This study evaluates the ability of ultrasound to measure the movement of tendons and nerves within the human carpal tunnel.
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