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Response to: Comment on: Physiological Localization by Sensory and Motor Inching Studies and Structural Abnormalities Detected by Ultrasonographic Changes in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Published:October 16, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2021.09.009
      We wish to thank the editor for allowing us to respond to the letter to the editor, which raised two concerns: first, whether we kept the subject's hands in the same position for sensory and motor inching and ultrasonographic studies; and second, whether we should have determined the nerve length by ultrasound instead of tape measurement for better accuracy.
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