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Ultrasound shows efficacy of carpal tunnel treatments

14:42 EDT 9 Aug 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Patients injected with a steroidal anti-inflammatory for symptom relief of carpal tunnel syndrome are well-served by follow-up imaging with ultrasound to show whether or not the treatment is working, according to a small study published online in Skeletal Radiology.

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