Tendon Sheath Inflammation Symptoms
Symptoms of tenosynovitis include:
- Pain around a tendon:
- Pain worsens with movement
- Finger tenderness:
- Tenderness around a tendon
- Swelling around a tendon
- Skin redness over a tendon
- Skin warmth over a tendon
The most common locations for tenosynovitis are the wrist, thumb, finger and ankle.
Localized symptoms of tenosynovitis include:
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