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Carpal tunnel syndrome affects the carpal tunnel which is a small narrow tunnel located at the wrist.
When the tissues around the flexor tendons become irritated and swollen, it can cause pressure on the median nerve, resulting in carpal tunnel syndrome. The median nerve can also be irritated or compressed by certain muscles as it passes through the arm, particularly the pronator muscle.
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Numbness, tingling and pain in the hand (median nerve territory)
Sensation of electric shock in the first 3 fingers (from the thumb)
Strange sensation that can radiate into the arm and shoulder