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Default Median Nerve: Distal Lesion

Can some one tell me the sensory findings in Carpal tunnel syndrome and Wrist Laceration.Its confusing..its given differently in kaplan n FA

In Carpal tunnel syndrome: sensations of the the thenar eminence is intact but there is loss of sensation on the lateral 31/2 digits as the superficial cutaneous branch travels outside the carpal tunnel

In Wrist laceration: There is entire loss of sensation in the median nerve distribution in the hand but in FA they have mentioned the sensations are intact....can someone help me with this....
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I think what u told first was right. Fa midst be wrong
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Can some one tell me the sensory findings in Carpal tunnel syndrome and Wrist Laceration.Its confusing..its given differently in kaplan n FA

In Carpal tunnel syndrome: sensations of the the thenar eminence is intact but there is loss of sensation on the lateral 31/2 digits as the superficial cutaneous branch travels outside the carpal tunnel

In Wrist laceration: There is entire loss of sensation in the median nerve distribution in the hand but in FA they have mentioned the sensations are intact....can someone help me with this....
Hi I have the same doubt. Did you find out if FA is wrong?? Thanks
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