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Trigger Finger

By 22 March 2012February 20th, 2024No Comments

A trigger finger presents as a finger that clicks or is stuck in flexion, often associated with pain due to swelling and inflammation (synovitis) of the tendon.

The treatment of choice for trigger finger is a cortisone injection into the tendon sheath and if this is not successful, then surgical release of the tendon is called for.

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