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11/24/20
Open Release of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Open Release of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Open Release Surgery of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. This exhibit features the following images:\r-Palmar view of the external left hand identifying the incision site used for carpal tunnel release.\r-Anatomy of the palm and carpal tunnel, and a final detailed inset revealing the appearance after surgery with the flexor retinaculum cut and the median nerve released of compression.

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