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A 35-year-old businessman complains of tingling and numbness in his fingers of both hands, mostly in the ring and small fingers, made worse with overhead activity. Neurologic exam and electromyography-nerve conduction study is normal. His cervical spine x-ray is shown in figure A. What is the most likely diagnosis?
C5-6 cervical disk herniation
C6-7 cervical disk herniation
Bilateral cubital tunnel syndrome
Bilateral radial tunnel syndrome
Thoracic outlet syndrome
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