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Trigger Finger ▪ A classification based on evolution and blockage

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Published on Feb 5, 2018

One of the most common hand function disorders is what we call Trigger Finger , Trigger Digit or Stenosing Tenosynovitis.
It is important to know the progression and blockage stages of this illness, as they indicate the severity of the disease and also a certain treatment attitude.
Grade 1: pain occurs and blockages are extremely rare.
Grade 2: it is the most common. Here we encounter the locking and it manifests itself as a stepped finger extension. . The finger can be stretched without any help, but by force.
Grade 3: The locking progresses, and the pacient can stretch the finger only by helping himself do it.
Grade 4: it is a complete locking. The finger`s streching is possible only after surgical intervention.
The surgical treatment cuts off the locking definitive, for good. It is performed in local anesthesia with a minimum incision of approximately 1 cm. The whole procedure is painless and lasts for 20 minutes.
After the intervention, the finger resumes immediately.
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