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1. Double Crush Syndrome

likely it therefore is that the disease in question is responsible. How does this apply to RSI, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and Double Crush? Well, two types of pathology are known to be very common in the population at large and therefore present the problems outlined in the last paragraph - these are CTS and the group of conditions which, for want of a better term, I will call 'root/plexus problems'. This last includes arthritic degeneration of the cervical spine producing nerve root compression (...) suggested that the failure of symptoms to respond to treatment for CTS, often surgery, is a result of misdiagnosis of double crush syndrome as CTS. The implication is often that many patients who have double crush syndrome are mistakenly treated as having CTS when they don't have it – as though the two conditions are entirely separate. Most of the patients we are talking about will have CTS as one part of their 'double crush' as CTS is far more common than other entrapment neuropathies in the arm