- •The modified method was calculated based on the results of the classic nerve conduction study.
- •The modified method had more sensitivity and specificity in diagnosing CTS than the MSUMLD.
- •The modified method may diagnose mild and moderate CTS with high sensitivity and specificity.
- •The modified method may not be affected by age, height, weight, hand temperature, and sex.
- •The modified method may be easily applied in different laboratories and countries.
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