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Fluid Tendon Sheath
Minimal fluid around the tendon sheath? How to remove the fluid? How to treat it? Does it go by itself?
Tenosynovitis: Usually fluid in tendon sheath means inflammation or tenosynovitis, and causes pain. Various treatments are available to be prescribed by your doctor including rest, restricting activities that caused the problem, splint, applying cold, physical therapy, nonsteroidal inflammatory medications, or even steroid injections into the tendon sheath. I personally have had steroid injections with relief. ...Read more
See below: As oftern as a build up occurs and pain is created. ...Read more
I have subchondral edematou contusion and fluid around the tendon sheath? How many time should I put ice?
Better if: It would be better if see orthopedic surgeon to get best therapy. ...Read more
Rest: Fluid around a tendon sheath that is visible or you can feel indicates that the tendon is inflamed esp. If it hurts. Fluid often is seen on MRI of ankle and may not be clinically significant. If there are symptoms (pain, weakness, loss of function) do not play soccer till under care of doc and better. Rest is first line of treatment. ...Read more
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I have fluid around the tendon sheath and somtimes I feel heat in ankle what to do? How will it gone? Any tips?
Tendinitis/osis: Fluid and inflammation of a tendon is tendinitis or tedinosis. These usually occurs when the tendon is overworked, either acutely or chronically. Start with resting it. Antiinflammatories can help. If it persists, see a podiatrist. You may need an immobilizer boot, followed up by orthotics to settle things down. ...Read more
I have subchondral edematous contusion adn fluid around the tendon sheath shoul I do ice massage to remove swelling?
Patience: This swelling is a response to trauma. Avoid irritating it by putting it at rest. If can soak in epsom salts that might help. If warm could try gentle cold not massage. Nsaids or herbal anti-inflammatories like curcumin, thyme, clove, oregano. Eat healthy, don't worry, worry aggravates everything. Your body can heal this, don't get in the way. ...Read more
I have subcondral edematous contusion adn fluid around the tendon sheath can I use voltaran to remove swelling?
This may help: I would see orthopedic surgeon to make sure you get the best treatment. ...Read more
I have MRI subchondral edematou contusion and fluid around the tendon sheath how many time does it take the fluid to be gone?
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How many months does subcondral edematous contusion adm fluid around the tendon sheath take to heal? (ankle injurie)
Subchondral is a: Term that describes bone injury not tendon injury. Having said that - the tendon or bone injury on average could take anywhere from 2 weeks to 6 weeks. Sometimes less, sometimes more.... ...Read more
Does subcondral edematous contusion and fluid around the tendon sheath take 1 year to heal or 1 year to rest (ankle injuri)?
That is a very: Long time with proper treatment it should take much less time, like 2 months at most. ...Read more
4 months pass for subchondral edematous contusion and fluid around the tendon sheath no pain only my ankle get tired sometimes very tires it kills me?
Not healed yet: These can take a while to heal. You my need to make sure there is nothing more going on. ...Read more
Minimal fluid around the tendon sheath of the peroneus bervis and peroneus longus muscles suggestive for tenosynovitis? Shoul I rest it 1year? Dofisio
Minimal fluid around the tendon sheath of the peroneus bervis and peroneus longus muscles suggestive for tenosynovitis what is the treatment?
Rest: Tendonitis is treated by relative rest (cease from all activities that give pain), physical therapy, and anti-inflammatories (ibuprofen, alleve). Sometimes immobilization is neede in a cast or boot. A cortisone shot if often helpful, but cannot be done in some areas of tendonitis. ...Read more
After 4 month of subhondral edematous contusion and fluid around the tendon sheath a little swelling that won't go (ankle) treatment to remove it?
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I did MRI 4 month ago an I have subchondral edematous contusion and fluid around the tendon sheath I feel no pain I only feel my ankle tired what todo?
Rest, ice: If you had a soft tissue (tendon) injury it normally takes 4 to 6 weeks to resolve. If you are not resting it then it can take considerably longer. Sometimes using contrast baths can help. Using a whirlpool first with cold water and then one with warm while moving through a range of motion can help to resorb the fluid. Always start in cold water and end in cold water to prevent swelling. ...Read more
I had ankle contusion and the pain is gone but there stil some swelling and the fluid around the tendon sheath can I play sport?
In stages: You need to walk comfortably before you can run. Run straight ahead on a flat surface before you go on an irregular playing field. Be able to cut side to side and run tight figure 8 patterns before you return to sports esp. If it is contact. ...Read more
4month ago MRI subcondral edema contusion and fluid around the tendon sheath now no pain verry little swelling and my ankle only get tired? Treatment?
Lateral ankle pain. MRI showed "moderate amount of fluid in flexor hallucis longus tendon sheath consistent with tenosynovitis." What does this mean?
The tendon is: Inflamed. It could be you have a small tear or irritation in the tendon. And the surrounding tissue called synovium of the tendon is swollen. ...Read more
Can try applying: Topical verapamil (transdermal). If this does not help excision is always a possibility. ...Read more
Often by excision: Fibroma of tendon sheath is benign presenting as a small subcutaneous nodule slowly increasing in size. It may be seen in a multinodular growth pattern, composed of bland, spindle-shaped cells (myofibroblasts) in a dense, fibrous matrix. It nearly always arises in the distal portion of an extremity While benign, recurrence appears in up to 40% of case. Excision used to relieve symptoms but may be difficult due to adherence to tendon. ...Read more
Is it possible for a "fibroma of the tendon sheath" (tumor) on my pinky finger to not grow at all for my whole life?
Yes: Definitely possible for it not to grow for the rest of your life. But not to lose too much sleep over that annoying fibroma because if it did grow more than to your liking or somehow interfered with your function a good hand surgeon will come to your rescue. Just remember, that little fibroma has feelings too! Lol. All the best. ...Read more
Is it possible for a "fibroma of the tendon sheath" (tumor) on my pinky finger to not grow at all? . It has not grown in 3 years?
Yes: Could be more of a scar from a prior injury than an independent growth in that particular spot. A hand surgeon could advise best. ...Read more
Is it possible for a "fibroma of the tendon sheath" (tumor) on my pinky finger to not grow at all? I had it for 3 years and see no signs of growth.
Yes: These types of growths may be very slow growing or may not grow at all for years. ...Read more
Yes and no: Often the tendon sheath need to be opened slightly, especially for the small gangglions TAH appear in the dorsal part of the rwrist near the radiocarpal joint near the distal edge or the extensor retinaculum, in fact if the tendon sheatht or retinaculum os not opened there the ganglion can be missed....And typically it is not repaired. So yes it is "damaged" but not in the sense of the word. ...Read more
Overuse and chronic?:
If its an overuse injury--running too much perhaps--then rest is of primary importance. This is normally the case so I'll assume this is what's happening with you.
The more you can NOT flex down your big toe the better. That means no flip-flops and wearing stiff soled shoes as much as possible. If it becomes more and more bothersome so its difficult to walk normally see your doctor ...Read more
Was told by doc a large hard lump on my collarbone not near my neck was just a tendon sheath cyst- he barely looked at it should I get 2nd opinion?
Yes: I would definitely get a second opinion. You should have an x-ray to make sure there is not a problem with you bones (ie tumor or infection). In general there are no tendon sheaths on or near your collarbone. Definitely a second opinion from an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
Not much to do: This is a relatively minor surgery if free of complications. I wouldn't really recommend that you do anything particular to prepare. ...Read more