Top 10 Clinical Trends for December 2014

Ryan Syrek

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December 18, 2014

Healthcare providers search to find clinical information and keep current. Although sometimes driven by what's in the news, the answers for why some terms are hotter than others may surprise you. Our collection of infographics speculates what prompted those searches and offers key clinical facts about these popular terms.

#10 Clinical Trend: Wrist Pain

This is one of those terms that can surge in popularity at any point, given its common nature. Discussion about everything from cheerleaders beginning to feel wrist pain at this point in the football season to office workers experiencing discomfort as the year comes to a close may be responsible for this spike in interest.

For more in-depth clinical information, see Ulnar-sided Wrist Pain.

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