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Everything you need to know about Reparative hand surgery at the El Yosr International clinic

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Reparative hand surgery Tunisia : Traumatic surgery

Reparative hand surgery in Tunisia aims to restore the shape, strength, functionality and flexibility of your fingers and wrist that may result from an accident at work, leisure or sports injuries.

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Hand surgery may be urgent or elective depending on your injury, but requires highly specialized treatment to correct any damage to tendons, nerves, blood vessels, bones, or soft tissue.

Reparative hand surgery Tunisia

The most common hand conditions treated by experienced plastic surgeons at El Yosr International clinic in Sousse, Tunisia, are:

  • Hand injuries, including injuries to tendons, nerves, blood vessels and joints; fractured bones; and burns, cuts and other skin injuries.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome: nerve compression along the path from the neck to the fingers, usually as a result of repetitive motion or overuse, or injury to the nerve in the carpal tunnel. Treatment aims to release pressure from the carpal tunnel nerve.
  • Dupuytrens contracture and other hand contractures: A shortening or thickening of the tissue of the palm, causing clawing of the fingers, impairing the function of the hand. Its cause is unknown. Treatment is aimed at relieving symptoms and removing diseased tissue so that the fingers can straighten out again.
  • Ganglia and other lumps and tumors in the hand: A jelly-filled lump that appears near a joint or tendon that is usually harmless and often resolves over time. Its cause is unknown but may be related to the body's reaction to the injury. Treatment aims to relieve symptoms when the node causes severe pain and impaired function by draining the fluid (aspiration) or completely removing the lump.
  • "De Quervain" syndrome and other tenosynovitis: Inflammation of the tendons of the hand, causing blockage of the tendon, resulting in impaired flexion. This is usually the result of an underlying inflammatory disease such as rheumatoid arthritis. Treatment aims to relieve the affected tissue so that the tendon can move freely again.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any additional questions you may have about reconstructive hand surgery. Our team will be happy to answer all your concerns.