Common tendinitis problems in the hand and forearm

E Thorson, R M Szabo
Orthopedic Clinics of North America 1992, 23 (1): 65-74
Although common and often transitory, tendinitis involving the hand and forearm may be disabling. Most tendinitis conditions will respond to conservative measures. The hand surgeon's best tools to obtain a swift and successful resolution include a careful history and physical examination, coupled with and appreciation of the anatomy of the commonly affected sites.

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