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Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.3 Wrist and carpus
Case 6.3.16 Secondary carpal tunnel syndrome and space occupying lesions


Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Median nerve compression caused by a lipoma
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Lipoma with a hyperechoic mass in the carpal tunnel compressing the median nerve
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Median nerve compression caused by a lipoma
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Mass ventral of the flexor tendons displacing the median nerve. At operation a mass was found. Histological this was a an inflamed bursa.
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Median nerve compression caused by a ganglion cyst in the carpal tunnel
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
2 arthrosynovial cysts or ganglia of the carpometacarpal joint of digit 1 with compression of the flexor tendon and extension in the carpal ...
Carpal tunnel compression syndrome other causes:
Anomalous flexor digitorum superficialis muscle of the index finger extending into the carpal tunnel
Case of the month February 2008: Various:
Neural fibrolipoma or fibrolipomatous hamartoma of the median nerve with a hyperechoic thickened nerve and compression in the carpal tunnel
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Median nerve compression caused by a lipoma
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Lipoma with a hyperechoic mass in the carpal tunnel compressing the median nerve
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Median nerve compression caused by a lipoma
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Mass ventral of the flexor tendons displacing the median nerve. At operation a mass was found. Histological this was a an inflamed bursa.
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
Median nerve compression caused by a ganglion cyst in the carpal tunnel
Median nerve compression caused by tumors:
2 arthrosynovial cysts or ganglia of the carpometacarpal joint of digit 1 with compression of the flexor tendon and extension in the carpal ...
Carpal tunnel compression syndrome other causes:
Anomalous flexor digitorum superficialis muscle of the index finger extending into the carpal tunnel
Case of the month February 2008: Various:
Neural fibrolipoma or fibrolipomatous hamartoma of the median nerve with a hyperechoic thickened nerve and compression in the carpal tunnel
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