CTRS

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AcronymDefinition
CTRSCenters (street suffix)
CTRSContainers
CTRSConditional and Typed Rewriting Systems (workshop)
CTRSCouncil Tax Reduction Scheme (UK)
CTRSCertified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist
CTRSCertified Tax Resolution Specialist (accounting)
CTRSConventional Terrestrial Reference System
CTRSCarpal Tunnel Release Surgery
CTRSComponent Test Requirements Specifications (NASA)
CTRSCenter for Technology Risk Studies (University of Maryland)
CTRSCipher Text Request to Send
CTRSCentral Trouble Reporting System
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Adult patients (age [greater than or equal to]18 years) having undergone carpal tunnel release surgery at the Department of Plastic Surgery, Split University Hospital Center between January 2007 and December 2015 were included in this retrospective observational study (N=579).
Decreased venous pressure after open carpal tunnel release surgery was associated with the relief of CTS symptoms.
Although the incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome increases with age, the results of open carpal tunnel release surgery have been primarily reported in relatively young, more active patients.
Its major value-added function is to coax the PPO's patients to consider alternatives to expensive elective coronary artery bypass, laminectomy, and carpal tunnel release surgery.
Although some patients had previously been treated for CTS, none had undergone carpal tunnel release surgery.