Lindberghs tendon thumb hand

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De Quervain's tendinosis occurs when the tendons around the base of the thumb are irritated or constricted. The word "tendinosis" refers to a swelling of the tendons. Swelling of the tendons, and the tendon sheath, can cause pain and tenderness along the thumb side of the wrist. This is particularly noticeable when forming a fist, grasping or gripping something, or when turning the wrist. Two of the main tendons to the thumb pass through a tunnel or series of pulleys located on the thumb side of the wrist. Tendons are rope-like structures that attach muscle to bone.
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Our hands connect us with the world. We work with our hands and communicate with our hands. The wear and tear from all that use can sometimes cause painful conditions, and women are particularly prone to develop two of these: de Quervain's pronounced deh-KWER-vins tenosynovitis and stenosing tenosynovitis or trigger finger. Both de Quervain's tenosynovitis and trigger finger involve the tendons of the hand.
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Linburg–Comstock variation

A deep cut on the palm side of your fingers, hand, wrist, or forearm can damage your flexor tendons, which are the tissues that help control movement in your hand. A flexor tendon injury can make it impossible to bend your fingers or thumb. Tendons are tissues that connect muscles to bone. When muscles contract, tendons pull on bones.
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Linburg—Comstock variation is an occasional tendinous connection between the flexor pollicis longus and the flexor digitorum profundus of the index , the middle finger or both. It was recognised as early as the s, but was first described by Linburg and Comstock in Although Linburg—Comstock variation remains asymptomatic , a number of case reports suggested that symptoms could develop after a forceful extension of the index finger with the thumb in a flexed position. This abnormality is clinically evident when the patient is unable to flex the thumb without flexing the distal interphalangeal joint of the index or middle finger or vice versa.
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