|Pathophysiology||Entrapment of the superficial radial nerve at the distal forearm|
|Clinical Features||Pain and paraesthesia around the distal radial forearm and dorsal radial hand|
Wartenberg Syndrome, also known as watch strap or handcuff neuropathy, is a condition where the superficial radial nerve is entrapped at the distal forearm.
Other than entrapment from handcuffs or watch straps, it can be caused be a tight cast or post-operative scarring.
It causes pain and paraesthesia around the distal radial forearm and dorsal radial hand.
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