Effectiveness and safety of endoscopic vs open carpal tunnel release: Single center experience from Maldives

Ali Niyaf, Kiran Niraula, Aishath Sofia Shareef & Mohamed Sajuan Mushrif
Introduction: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is one of the most frequently encountered entrapment neuropathies. It is prevalent in middle age groups. Conservative management is effective in the majority of population surgery being offered to those who don’t respond to medical therapy.
Objectives: To compare the efficacy between endoscopic and open carpal tunnel release procedures for carpal tunnel syndrome patients.
Design and setting: Randomized control study in a single neurosurgery department.
Participants: Thirty patients aged 35-69...
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