Wartenberg's disease

Wartenberg's disease

(1) Cheiralgia paresthetica.
(2) Brachialgia statica paresthetica 
(3) Partial thenar atrophy.
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Anatomical knowledge of such variations are important for neurologists and surgeons performing operative procedures in Quervain's release, arthroscopy and Wartenberg's disease.
This condition is sometimes referred to as Wartenberg's disease (Wartenberg, 1954).
Surgical procedures are commonly performed over dorsum of hand and wrist in De Quervain's and Wartenberg's diseases. Recently, wrist arthroscopy has gained wide popularity and being used by surgeons as diagnostic and therapeutic modalities in treatment of many pericarpal and intercarpal disorders (Auerbach, 1994).