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Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report

Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun.

Abstract
Trigger finger is a disorder that presents with a blocking feeling and pain during finger movements. This condition more commonly occurs in the 2nd finger with involvement of multiple digits being extremely rare. There are very few known cases in which trigger finger was developed in all ten fingers. Here, an unusual case of ten-digit finger trigger is presented. A 44-year-old female housewife visited our clinic with painful blocking feeling in her hand. Her examination was compatible with trigger finger. Her hands were operated on in different sessions and A1 pulleys of all fingers were released. After the operations, blocking feeling and pain during flexion disappeared and normal range of motion was obtained. On the occasion of this very rare case, the etiology and approach for multiple trigger fingers is discussed.

Key words: Multiple trigger finger, ten fingers, tendon


 
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Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun. Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report. Hand Microsurg. 2016; 5(2): 84-87. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340


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Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun. Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report. http://handmicrosurgeryjournal.com/?mno=188340 [Access: April 14, 2020]. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340


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Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun. Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report. Hand Microsurg. 2016; 5(2): 84-87. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340



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Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun. Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report. Hand Microsurg. (2016), [cited April 14, 2020]; 5(2): 84-87. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340



Harvard Style

Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun (2016) Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report. Hand Microsurg, 5 (2), 84-87. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340



Turabian Style

Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun. 2016. Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report. Hand and Microsurgery, 5 (2), 84-87. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340



Chicago Style

Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun. "Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report." Hand and Microsurgery 5 (2016), 84-87. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun. "Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report." Hand and Microsurgery 5.2 (2016), 84-87. Print. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340



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Gokce Yildiran, Muhammed Nebil Selimoglu, Osman Akdag, Mehtap Karamese, Zekeriya Tosun (2016) Synchronous ten trigger finger: A case report. Hand and Microsurgery, 5 (2), 84-87. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.188340








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