Evidence-based medicine| Volume 36, ISSUE 5, P909, May 2011

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        • Pronator Syndrome
          Journal of Hand SurgeryVol. 36Issue 5
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            An active 42-year-old woman presents with the insidious onset of aching pain in the proximal volar forearm that has developed over the past 3 months. She also experiences occasional paresthesias radiating into the palm, thumb, index finger, and middle finger, and the radial half of the ring finger. Her symptoms are aggravated by her daily, repetitive activities at work. She does not report symptoms at rest and denies the presence of nocturnal symptoms. She presents for a second opinion after a hand surgeon she consulted diagnosed pronator syndrome (PS) and offered operative treatment.
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