Wrist , Elbow & Arm Splints

  • The most common wrist sprain is semilunar-pyramidal instability as a result of     falling forwards onto the palm of the hand.
  • The thumb can be sprained due to a forced abduction movement or as a result of     trapeziometacarpal arthritis.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome is related to compression of the wrist’s median nerve. The     annual incidence varies from 1 to 3 cases per 1000 subjects and the prevalence is 3     to 5 cases per 100 people. Its frequency peaks between the ages of 45 and 60.

           

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