The incidence of TOS is difficult to ascertain because of the wide range of aetiologies and a lack of expert consensus on diagnostic testing. The incidence is estimated to be between 3 to 80/1000. Neurological TOS is the most common form, accounting for over 90% of cases, followed by venous, then arterial TOS.
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