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RSI

Relative Strength Index

A measure of the performance of a stock relative to its industry or the performance of an industry relative to the market as a whole. A stock (or industry) outperforming its industry (or market) for a given period of time has a relative strength index value above 1; this is seen as a bullish sign for that stock (or industry). On the other hand, a stock (or industry) underperforming its industry (or market) for a given period of time has a relative strength index value under 1; this is seen as a bearish sign.
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Vascular pathologic changes in the flexor tenosynovium (subsynovial connective tissue) in idiopathic carpal tunnel syndrome.
Electrodiagnostic aspects of the carpal tunnel syndrome.
A gene target for drug resistance, a triple-drug cocktail for triple negative breast cancer, and patients' risk for carpal tunnel syndrome are among study highlights scheduled to be presented by Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center scientists during the 33rd Annual CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, held Dec.
This practice-based (pragmatic) clinical trial suggests that myofascial therapy using ischemic compression along the biceps, at the bicipital aponeurosis, at the pronator teres and at the subscapularis muscles could be a useful approach to reducing symptoms associated with the carpal tunnel syndrome.
Carpal tunnel syndrome in general practice (1987 and 2001): Incidence and the role of occupational and non-occupational factors.
An epidemiologic study of the carpal tunnel syndrome in an adult female population.
George Rubens, a hand surgeon for the Southern California Permanente Medical Group in Woodland Hills, is among those who suspect tendonitis was often mistaken for carpal tunnel syndrome.
More often, though, carpal tunnel syndrome is a progressive condition that develops over time, Dr.
David Rempel, a physician and expert on carpal tunnel syndrome in the San Francisco area, has studied the condition for 20 years.
Part of the problem in establishing a diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome is that the diagnosis remains primarily clinical, Dr.