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The hand, being a limb, is subject to high frequency bruising. As a result, discharges of the knuckles, and especially discharges between the sacrificial and middle cylinders of the fingers, (i.e. the inter-sacral joint), are common.
The interstitial joint is a complex structure that includes the finger rolls, the side stabilizing straps, the side stabilizing auxiliary straps, the volar plate, and the joint box (Fig. 1). The joints adjacent to the joint are also the flexing and straightening of the fingers. Since there are so many stabilizers that partially overlap, after restoring discharge in the inter-cylindrical joint, the joint will usually be stable even if one of the stabilizing structures is torn or damaged, on the other hand, there is a danger that the joint fixation, which allows the ligaments to heal, will cause joint damage and range restriction. Only in the case of a serious injury that involves a fracture that involves more than 30% to 5% 0% of the joint surface, the joint will be unstable. Joint joints between the Caribbean cylinder and the comb bone are rarer
After surgery, it is important to use orthopedic products for wrist
Which will help in recovery
Common conditions that can cause interstitial joint discharge are sports injuries, such as bullet or touch injury sports, home accidents, work accidents, and road accidents.
Part of the healing process is the use of orthopedic products for the wrist
The injury that causes the discharge is accompanied by intense pain, deformity of the finger, and inability to move the joint.
Evaluation by a doctor:
Preliminary evaluation and treatment by a physician - will diagnose ancillary injuries that are general or specific injuries to the finger, including nerves, blood vessels, tendons, or dermal envelope. Also, the attending physician will evaluate the condition of the ligaments that stabilize the joint, photograph the joint to evaluate the joint. Damage to the bony structures and then restore the joint position after the finger is whispered.
Most discharges can be returned to an emergency room by manipulation with local or non-anesthesia. There are cases where soft tissue blocks the return of the discharge (incarcerated discharge) and invasive operation is required in the operating room. Stability testing is performed after the joint is restored. The patient is able to straighten and bend the finger himself without having to dislocate the joint again. These tests, combined with a photograph, will determine the length of time required for the joint to be fixed. In most cases, the patient will be instructed to move the finger indefinitely, pinned to one of the neighboring fingers.
Although discharges in the joint of the victims are usually conservatively treated, there are situations in which surgical intervention is essential. This usually happens when discharges are accompanied by fractures that involve around 50% of the joint area. The treatments are given to improve joint stability and allow early activation.
If the surgeon believes that the fracture can be successfully reconstructed and fixed, screws, pins, or plates can be used. Another method is to try to improve joint stability by dynamic external fixation, to preserve movement, and to try and enable joint fracture healing in a way that will not interfere with movement.
It is very important to use orthopedic products for wrist
To balance the muscles and tendons