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Bilateral median nerve palsy in a cyclist.
  1. I J Braithwaite
  1. Royal Liverpool Hospital, UK.


    Cyclists are prone to a number of sport-related musculoskeletal injuries, mainly of the lower limb. Nerve compression injuries are relatively rare, though in the hand ulnar nerve compression is well described. We describe a case of bilateral median nerve compression caused by cycling.

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