Carpal Tunnel Release Cost in Bangladesh
The strain on your median nerve causes carpal tunnel syndrome. Except for your pinky, this is what gives you feeling in your thumb and all of your fingers. The nerve passes through the carpal tunnel, a narrow passage made of bone and ligament that runs through your forearm. If your wrist swells, the tunnel becomes compressed, pinching your median nerve. As a result, you’re experiencing symptoms.
Carpal tunnel surgery is divided into two types: open and endoscopic. Your doctor will cut the ligament around the carpal tunnel in both cases to relieve pressure on the median nerve and relieve the symptoms. The ligament reattaches after surgery, but with more space for the median nerve to pass through.
Open surgery necessitates a deeper cut, or incision, that can extend up to 2 inches from the wrist to the palm.
Your surgeon will make one opening in your wrist during endoscopic surgery. They could make one in your arm as well. These are smaller cuts, measuring about a half-inch each. They then insert a small camera into one of the holes to assist them in cutting the ligament.