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Were you looking for information about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpel tunnell syndrome is a common misspelling of carpal tunnel syndrome.
When the median nerve is compressed over time, a person may experience symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. These symptoms can include pain, numbness, and weakness in the fingers and thumb. As symptoms worsen, people might feel tingling during the day or have trouble grasping small objects. Carpal tunnel syndrome usually occurs only in adults, and women are three times more likely than men to develop this condition.
(To learn more, click Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The full eMedTV article on carpal tunnel syndrome offers a more detailed description of this condition and its risk factors.)
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