CME Article| Volume 47, ISSUE 2, P180, February 2022

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        • Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Dorsoradial Hand and Forearm Pain
          Journal of Hand SurgeryVol. 47Issue 2
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            Dorsoradial forearm and hand pain was historically considered difficult to treat surgically due to a particular susceptibility of the radial sensory nerve (RSN) to injury and/or compression. A nerve block, if it were done at all, was directed at the region of the anatomic snuff box to block the RSN in an effort to provide diagnostic information as to the pain etiology. Even for patients with pain relief following a diagnostic block, resecting the RSN often proved unsuccessful in fully relieving pain.
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