The first documented case of carpal tunnel syndrome goes back to the mid-1880s, and the first surgery was performend in the 1930s. Today, carpal tunnel syndrome or CTS is a significant contributor to work-related health problems due to its considerable incident rate and associated disability.
According to studies, In the United States, CTS has an incidence of 1 to 3 persons per 1000 subjects per year. Although it can start at any age, most people diagnosed with CTS are between the ages of 36 and 60 years. Moreover, the condition is more common in women.
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