Mild to moderate cases of CTS may be managed in various ways:
In moderate or advanced stages where there is significant nerve damage, surgery may be advised to relieve symptoms and prevent further damage. The outcome for surgery is generally good for most patients.
Surgery is done under regional anaesthesia as a day procedure. Side effects are uncommon and include wound infection, pain in the scar and nerve damage.
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