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Trigger finger 👉 blocked finger in a child’s & adult's case 👋 Before & After

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Published on Mar 2, 2019

In the video we can see how quickly can a blocked finger be recovered.
A blocked finger can be encountered both in child and adult.
In newborns and infants the blockage is determined by a congenital cause.
Appears predominantly on both thumbs. The aspect of a children’s blocked finger is either bent at 90 degrees, or a straight finger that can’t be bent. This blockage is determined by the insufficient development of the annular ligament or A pulley during intrauterine growth.
In an adult’s case, the blockage appears gradually during time and can go through several blockage stages.
From a simple “grip” to complete blockage. On adults, the blockage is frequently accompanied by pain. You can see here a video with all the blockage stages - https://youtu.be/3TQD3OqMlR4
For more informations and a correct diagnosis I invite you to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Vladislav Gyebnar

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