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CTS

(communications)
clear to send.

CTS

(medical)
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CTS

(1) (Clear To Send) The RS-232 signal sent from the receiving station to the transmitting station that indicates it is ready to accept data. Contrast with RTS.

(2) (Common Type System) The data typing used in .NET and CLI programming languages. See .NET Framework.

(3) See carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Among the 20 industries with the highest rates of CTS (Table 2), three industries had CTS rates approximately six times the average rate: textile, fabric finishing, and coating mills (44.9); apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing (43.1); and animal slaughtering and processing (39.8).
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However some studies suggest that frequency of symptomatic CTS is not higher in diabetics as compared to the general population6.
The patients who had history of neurologic or psychiatric disorders such as polyneuropathy, radiculopathy or stroke, and medical histories that might cause chronic pain and precipitating CTS such as diabetes mellitus, thyroid disease, wrist fracture, connective tissue disorder, rheumatoid arthritis, morbid obesity, vitamin B12 deficiency, peripheral circulatory failure were excluded from the study.
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