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What kind of condition is de Quervain's tenosynovitis?
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Dr. Jeffrey Miller
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: DeQuervains
This is a thickening of the tendons on the palm side of the hand.
These are the gripping tendons( flexor tendons) and is treatable with steroid and novocaine injections, or if needed surgery. Application of a solution of DMSO with a steroide is sometimes very helpful.

In brief: DeQuervains
This is a thickening of the tendons on the palm side of the hand.
These are the gripping tendons( flexor tendons) and is treatable with steroid and novocaine injections, or if needed surgery. Application of a solution of DMSO with a steroide is sometimes very helpful.
Dr. Jeffrey Miller
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