DeQuervain disease or tendonitis is a very painful and very debilitating phenomenon or phenomenons. De Quervan tendinitis is inflammation of the base of the thumb. The disease is not a simple inflammation in its own right but is a condition of restrictive inflammation (inflammation that closes and presses the tendons). This is why the inflammation of the tendons is so painful. Practically, this is also why I support performing surgery to release the tendons from the pressing envelope. The phenomenon of de quervan is related to hormonal changes and is therefore common around pregnancy and childbirth and around hormonal changes in old age. In men and other cases, the appearance of de carvan tendinitis can be associated with occupational exposure as a professional illness or due to child care and the performance of eccentric thumb movements.
The treatment of choice for DeQurevain's tendinitis in many cases is surgical intervention or surgery in its more common name. DeQuervan tendinitis is a surgery with excellent results and very short recovery when performed correctly. The main risk in surgery for the release of de caravan tendonitis is irritation or scar or injury to the superficial radial nerve superficial branches and when such a situation occurs this seemingly simple surgery can end in chronic and persistent pain.
On the other hand, successful surgery for DeQuervain or thumb tendonitis will lead to complete recovery, free movement and almost immediate pain relief. The mantle of the tendon at the base of the thumb undergoes a process of thickening during the formation of the tendon mantle disease and thus the tendons are pressed and undergo a growing process of capture and inflammation.
The surgery itself can be done under local anesthesia, but I usually recommend local anesthesia with sedation. Thus, there is no pain at all as part of the surgery and the recovery is very short. I use absorbable stitches while making a longitudinal incision that protects the sensitive fibers of the radial nerve. The results of a decarvan tendinitis surgery are excellent. The relief is quick and the return to full function is quick as well.
As a general rule, decarvon tendon inflammation is a very safe and hands-on surgery following which function comes back to normal very quickly. The bandage accompanied to the surgery is there for two to three days and then replaced for a small patch. Immediately after surgery, I recommend keeping a raised hand and moving your fingers. You can use your hand within a day or two, hold a pen or work on your computer or do basic daily life activities.
The stitches are usually absorbable stitches and can be left in the skin or alternatively the stitches can be removed at about 12 days from surgery. The incision is usually about 10 millimeters long and heals without difficulty.
If you (mostly girls) or you (a man) suffer from dequervain or decarvan tendinitis syndrome I recommend that you make an appointment at the clinic.
The suffering that accompanies the tendonitis in the name of Dhekarvan is considerable. The sensitivity is significant and the relief after surgery is great.
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Some people call this phenomenon tendinitis, thumb inflammation, decarvone, decarvon, shell inflammation, shell pressure on tendons and the like.