The finger-trigger or teno-invaginitis stenosan presents a chronic inflammation of the flexor tinge of the fingers, which becomes thick and difficult to pass through the ring. As a result, a “trigger” is heard when the finger is fingerprinted, and the disease is named after it.
The symptoms of the disease are different, and most commonly this is the pain, the limitation of normal finger-movement movements with the reduction in function, the skipping (tingling, firing) of the finger while trying to stretch out.
A minor or severe pain in finger movements is expressed, especially in the case of a leap. It is more common in women than in men, and the congenital form most commonly occurs on the baby’s thumb.
It is necessary to draw attention if you have coagulopathies, thyroid disease, high blood pressure, kidney or heart disease, and if you are taking anticoagulants (Aspirin, Andol, Plavix, Sintra).
- Anesthesia: The surgical procedure is performed in local anesthesia.
- Duration: The duration of the surgery is about 30 minutes.
After surgery, you go home immediately. Wear a link to the hand. Facilitation is felt immediately after surgery. The end of the tenth postoperative day is removed. Regular activities are back in two weeks.
Complications are rare.