ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE CATECHOL-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE Val158Met POLYMORPHISM WITH SUSCEPTIBILITY AND SEVERITY OF CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
Erkol İnal E1,*, Eroğlu P2, Görükmez O3, Özemri Sağ Ş4, Yakut T4
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Esra Erkol İnal, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Süleyman Demirel University, Faculty of Medicine, Afyon yolu, Çünür, Isparta, Turkey. Tel: +90-246-211-9280. GSM: +90-507-563-6511. Fax: +90-246-211-2830. E-mail: esraerkol@hotmail.com
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