Adding Splinting to Corticosteroid Injection for Trigger Finger
The effects of adding splint use to corticosteroid injection for the treatment of trigger finger: A randomized controlled trialMusculoskeletal Care. 2022 Dec;20(4): 908-916.
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Sixty patients with trigger finger were randomized to receive a single corticosteroid injection with a full-time static splint at the metacarpophalangeal joint (3 months) (n=30) or a single corticosteroid injection alone (n=30). The primary outcome of interest was the Numeric Pain Rating Scale (NPRS). Secondary outcomes of interest included Boston questionnaire scores for symptom severity and func...
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