Trigger Finger Release (live)
This Trigger Finger Release (live) course will teach you:
- Releasing a tendon from its pulley to allow smoother movement of the affected digit with flexion and extension and to eradicate pain.
Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during the Trigger Finger Release (live):
- Incision length: avoidance sensory nerve damage
With the following tips you might perform the Trigger Finger Release (live) even better:
- Optimal incision location
- Tendon protection using a Freer elevator
After studying the Trigger Finger Release (live) course you are familiar with the most common complications:
- Tendon bowstringing
- Postoperative stiffness
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Step by step
A1 pulley exposure
Mark the incision line on the skin over the A1 pulley of the affected digit. Often, a pathologically thickened tendon can be palpated.
In order to enhance recovery and limit scar formation, the incision can follow the distal hand crease for digits II through V, and the crease at the base of the thumb for digit I.
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