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BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the commonest entrapment neuropathy for which several conservative and surgical treatment options are available. In majority of cases the cause of CTS is unknown (idiopathic CTS), however, there are numerous medical conditions associated with CTS. Surgery for CTS is one of the most often performed procedures. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical outcome of surgical treatment of chronic carpal tunnel syndrome. METHODS:doi:10.22442/jlumhs.07610109 fatcat:vlodwgqzmrduhhc6vvi6i6nh4a