Tagged: Peripheral Nervous System

Restless Legs Syndrome in Neurological Disorders

Despite the importance of genetic factors in restless legs syndrome (RLS), environmental factors and acquired conditions are likely to play major roles in determining which individuals develop RLS. They are likely to also affect...

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Ongoing care

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common cause of peripheral nerve compression, the median nerve is compressed as it traverses the carpal tunnel in the wrist and hand.
The tunnel is composed of the carpal bones dorsally and the transverse carpal ligament ventrally. It contains flexor tendons and the median nerve.
The tunnel is composed of the carpal bones dorsally and the transverse carpal ligament ventrally. It contains flexor tendons and the median nerve.