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What is Radial Tunnel Syndrome?

What is Radial Tunnel Syndrome?

  • Radial Tunnel Syndrome: Compression or entrapment of the radial nerve which passes through the forearm. This nerve is involved in controlling various muscles in the hand and the wrist. The condition may be misdiagnosed as tennis elbow - the pain from tennis elbow is usually closer to the elbow than the pain in radial tunnel syndrome.

Radial Tunnel Syndrome: Introduction

Types of Radial Tunnel Syndrome:

Broader types of Radial Tunnel Syndrome:

How serious is Radial Tunnel Syndrome?

Prognosis of Radial Tunnel Syndrome: Varies depending on the underlying cause, severity and duration of the entrapment.

What causes Radial Tunnel Syndrome?

Causes of Radial Tunnel Syndrome: see causes of Radial Tunnel Syndrome

What are the symptoms of Radial Tunnel Syndrome?

Symptoms of Radial Tunnel Syndrome: see symptoms of Radial Tunnel Syndrome

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Radial Tunnel Syndrome: Orthopedic Surgeon ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Radial Tunnel Syndrome.
Treatments for Radial Tunnel Syndrome: see treatments for Radial Tunnel Syndrome
Research for Radial Tunnel Syndrome: see research for Radial Tunnel Syndrome

Name and Aliases of Radial Tunnel Syndrome

Main name of condition: Radial Tunnel Syndrome

Other names or spellings for Radial Tunnel Syndrome:

Resistant Tennis Elbow


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