Posted on November 3, 2014 by North Texas Hand center
Trigger finger is a common problem that involves swelling of the entrance of a fibrous tunnel at the base of the finger that prevents the tendon from gliding smoothly. It can cause the finger to “catch” or “trigger” when opening the finger from a tight fist. It can also cause a feeling of stiffness in the affected finger as well as significant pain that can even radiate up the arm. Read More
Posted on November 3, 2014 by North Texas Hand center
Current Management of Dupuytren’s Disease A Surgeon’s Perspective Around 1832 Baron Guillaume Dupuytren described the clinical and anatomic features of Dupuytren’s Disease (DD) as well as the treatment appropriate for his time. The patient was operated on in a seated position with the hand elevated. No tourniquet was used, and no anesthetic, as we now understand it, was available. Read More
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