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        FIGURE 1Carpal tunnel syndrome: symptoms > 1 y.
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        FIGURE 2Carpal tunnel syndrome: symptoms 6 mo to 1 y.
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        FIGURE 3Carpal tunnel syndrome: symptoms < 6 mo.
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        FIGURE 4Carpal tunnel syndrome: IDDM.
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        FIGURE 5Carpal tunnel syndrome: multiple injections.
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        FIGURE 6Carpal tunnel syndrome: (+) NCV only.
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        FIGURE 7Carpal tunnel syndrome: (+) NCV/EMG.
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        FIGURE 8DeQuervain’s: no history of treatment.
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        FIGURE 9DeQuervain’s: previous splint and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
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        FIGURE 10DeQuervain’s: multiple injections.
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