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Stenosing tenosynovitis, also called trigger finger, is another disorder involving the flexor pulleys. In this condition, a fibrous nodule develops on the tendon near the edge of the tendon sheath. The nodule prevents the tendon from freely gliding in and out of the surrounding synovial sheath. Stenosing tenosynovitis is usually a problem with the tendon sheath, but in some cases, the nodule on the tendon catches on the edge of the flexor pulleys. If this is the case, the offending flexor…

Stenosing tenosynovitis, also called trigger finger, is another disorder involving the flexor pulleys. In this condition, a fibrous nodule develops on the tendon near the edge of the tendon sheath. The nodule prevents the tendon from freely gliding in and out of the surrounding synovial sheath. Stenosing tenosynovitis is usually a problem with the tendon sheath, but in some cases, the nodule on the tendon catches on the edge of the flexor pulleys. If this is the case, the offending flexor…

Trigger finger results from the pulley at the base of the finger becomes too thick to allow the tendon to move freely.This leads to the finger becoming hard to straighten or bend and can often become stuck. Click the link to find out more about causes and treatment: http://handcare.assh.org/Hand-Anatomy/Details-Page/ArticleID/27938/Trigger-Finger.aspx

Trigger finger results from the pulley at the base of the finger becomes too thick to allow the tendon to move freely.This leads to the finger becoming hard to straighten or bend and can often become stuck. Click the link to find out more about causes and treatment: http://handcare.assh.org/Hand-Anatomy/Details-Page/ArticleID/27938/Trigger-Finger.aspx

Trigger finger happens as a result of inflammation and irritation around a finger tendon.

Trigger finger happens as a result of inflammation and irritation around a finger tendon.

Trigger finger and trigger thumb are painful conditions that cause the fingers or thumb to catch or "lock" most often in a bent position. Yeah me!

Trigger finger and trigger thumb are painful conditions that cause the fingers or thumb to catch or "lock" most often in a bent position. Yeah me!

Here are some common hand injuries. CardioFlex has a dedicated Certified Hand Therapist ready to help with treatment for those injuries. #certifiedhandtherapy #carpaltunnelsyndrome #handtreatment

Here are some common hand injuries. CardioFlex has a dedicated Certified Hand Therapist ready to help with treatment for those injuries. #certifiedhandtherapy #carpaltunnelsyndrome #handtreatment

Most painful thing I have experienced since breaking my foot , maybe this will help - trigger finger exercises | ... Trigger Thumb Treatment, Surgery & Exercises for Trigger Finger Thumb

Most painful thing I have experienced since breaking my foot , maybe this will help - trigger finger exercises | ... Trigger Thumb Treatment, Surgery & Exercises for Trigger Finger Thumb

Flexor Tendon Injury Zones

Flexor Tendon Injury Zones

Trigger Finger and thumb - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim

Trigger Finger and thumb - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim

Surgeons have restored some hand function in a quadriplegic patient with a spinal cord injury at the C7 vertebra, the lowest bone in the neck. Instead of operating on the spine itself, the surgeons rerouted working nerves in the upper arms. These nerves still “talk” to the brain because they attach to the spine above the injury.

Surgeons restore some hand function to quadriplegic patient

Surgeons have restored some hand function in a quadriplegic patient with a spinal cord injury at the C7 vertebra, the lowest bone in the neck. Instead of operating on the spine itself, the surgeons rerouted working nerves in the upper arms. These nerves still “talk” to the brain because they attach to the spine above the injury.

TFS Trigger Finger Solution

TFS Trigger Finger Solution

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