Flexor tenosynovitis

What is Flexor tenosynovitis?

Tenosynovitis is inflammation of a tendon and its sheath. Flexor tenosynovitis (FT)—which involves disruption of normal flexor tendon function in the hand—result both from infectious and non infectious causes .

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around christmas had swelling on finger, 1st doc thought it was viral & gave me valtrex. Also, she cut finger to drain-there was not much in...

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The finger infection you have are commonly caused by bacteria than the viruses.You...

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Hello - I am a 49.5 y.o. right-handed female who works on a computer all day (for the last 25 years). The strangest thing has been happening for...

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Trigger finger

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Well the symptoms you are describing ,...

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