To examine differences in somatosensory phenotypes of patients with positive and negative neurodynamic tests and compare these with healthy participants.
Patients with electrodiagnostically confirmed carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) (nZ53) and people without CTS (nZ26) participated in this study (NZ79). Patients with CTS were subgrouped according to the res...Expand abstract
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0003-9993 and 1532-821X
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Negative neurodynamic tests do not exclude neural dysfunction in patients with entrapment neuropathies.
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