Trigger finger and arthritis are related, as stated by WebMD. Rheumatoid arthritis can be one of the causes of the condition along with diabetes and gout. More »

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Trigger finger is a condition that causes a finger to become stuck in a bent position, according to Mayo Clinic. It may straighten with a snap, but in severe cases, the finger becomes locked in position. Trigger finger c... More »

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Repeated or forceful movements, rheumatoid arthritis, gout and diabetes can cause trigger finger, according to WebMD. The catching or locking that is called trigger finger occurs when a tendon that controls the finger is... More »

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The first step in treating a trigger finger without surgery is to rest it, according to WebMD. A doctor may place a splint on the finger to immobilize it. More »

Causes of swollen and painful hands include carpel tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, simple fractures, arthritis and trigger finger or stenosing tenosynovitis, according to WebMD. Forms of arthritis that cause painful and swo... More »

The possible long-term repercussions of a jammed finger that is not treated promptly are arthritis and significant pain, explains Dr. Michelle Carlson for the Hospital for Special Surgery. An injury to the finger’s middl... More »

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Trigger finger commonly occurs in musicians, farmers, industrial workers and other individuals who perform repeated finger and thumb movements often, as stated by WebMD. This condition occurs more in women than in men, a... More »

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