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Dr. Roach: How to handle a trigger finger diagnosis

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Stenosing flexor tenosynovitis, more commonly known as trigger finger, is a common issue. The condition often starts out painless, but may progress to painful episodes. Progressive weakness is one indication to relieve the nerve compression, usually by surgery. A hand surgeon can inject an anti-inflammatory steroid into the tendon to try to keep the tendon from getting stuck.
Published 2 months ago · Conyers, United States

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