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Comparative Study of A1 Pulley Release and Ulnar Superficialis Slip Resection in Trigger Finger With Flexion Contracture of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joint.

Purpose The aim of this study was to compare the clinical findings of A1 pulley resection and simple A1 pulley release in trigger finger and proximal interphalangeal joint flexion contracture. Methods Both surgical procedures were performed alternately every year for trigger fingers with preoperative PIP joint flexion contractures of u226510u00b0. In this retrospective review, twenty-six fingers in group A and 29 fingers in group B, which were followed up for more than a year, were examined. In cases of trigger finger flexion contracture, we recommend the use of a simple A1 pulley release, which is less expensive than an A1 pulley release with ulnar superficialis slip resection.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35811217


Platelet-rich plasma in the management of trigger finger: A case report.

After a series of three PRP injections over a 2-week period, a 63-year-old woman with a refractory trigger finger sustained a refractory trigger finger. We can conclude that the treatment of trigger finger with PRP is a promising therapeutic option to be further explored with larger samples and high-quality studies on the basis of this article.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35792688


Treatment of Trigger Finger by Ultrasound-Guided Needle Release of A1 Pulley: A Series of 105 Cases.

Introduction We wanted to see the safety and tolerance of A1 pulley release using the needle technique, under ultrasound guidance, in patients with symptomatic trigger finger. Methods All patients with symptomatic trigger finger were treated under A1 pulley installation using an intramuscular 21 gauge needle. Mean VAS pain score was 5. 8mm before diagnosis, and the median QuickDASH score was 44. 3 percent119. 1. At 6 months, 93% of patients were either satisfied or very satisfied, with the absolute decrease in VAS pain and QuickDASH ratings at 6 months. At 6 months after intervention, the long-term course of symptoms was strongly related to persistent trigger finger. Conclusion The finger's treatment is a mildly invasive procedure that results in rapid and durable symptom relief with good tolerance up to 12 months.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35779790

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