Tendons connect bones to muscles in the body. Flexor tendons of the thumb and fingers pull the fingers into a fist. The tendons are enclosed in a synovial sheath. When this sheath becomes inflamed it is called trigger finger. Usually, tendons slide easily through...
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a compression/entrapment on the median nerve, running through the wrist. It can result in a variety of problems, including pain, tingling, numbness, swelling, weakness or clumsiness of the thumb, index, middle and ring fingers. Your doctor...
Axillary (under the arm) lymph nodes are often used in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. This fact sheet helps women understand why lymph nodes are important and why sometimes it is necessary to sacrifice them. In addition, we make recommendations...
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