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Median and anterior interosseous nerve entrapment syndromes versus carpal tunnel syndrome: a study of two cases

July 04, 2014

Two patients presented with forearm and hand pain, and were initially examined by their medical doctors. The first case was diagnosed as a possible neuralgia due to congenital cervical spinal fusion. The second case had a radiographic study taken of the elbow and hand, which was negative and therefore no conclusive diagnosis or treatment was

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Pudendal nerve entrapment in an Ironman athlete: a case report

June 10, 2014

Objective: To present the diagnostic and clinical features of pudendal nerve entrapment and create awareness amongst clinicians of this rare and painful condition. Clinical Features: A 41-year old male ironman athlete complaining of insidious constant penis pain 12–24h after long distance cycling and pain after sexual intercourse. A diagnosis of “cyclist syndrome” also known as

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Entrapment of the saphenous nerve at the adductor canal affecting the infrapatellar branch- a report on two cases

May 07, 2014

Objective: To present 2 cases of entrapment of the saphenous nerve at the adductor canal affecting the infrapatellar branch, and to provide insight into the utilization of nerve tension testing for the diagnosis of nerve entrapments in a clinical setting. Rationale: Saphenous nerve entrapments are a very rare condition within today’s body of literature, and

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