de Quervain disease

de Quer·vain dis·ease

fibrosis of the sheath of a tendon of the thumb.
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de Quer·vain dis·ease

(dĕ-kār'vahn[h]' di-zēz')
Fibrosis of the sheath of a tendon of the thumb.
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de Quervain,

Fritz, Swiss surgeon, 1868-1940.
de Quervain disease - fibrosis of the sheath of a tendon of the thumb. Synonym(s): radial styloid tendovaginitis
de Quervain fracture - fracture of navicular bone with dislocation of lunar bone.
de Quervain incision
de Quervain release
de Quervain tenolysis
de Quervain tenosynovitis
de Quervain thyroiditis - thyroiditis with round cell infiltration, destruction of thyroid cells, epithelial giant cell proliferation, and evidence of regeneration. Synonym(s): subacute granulomatous thyroiditis
Quervain abdominal retractor
Quervain cranial forceps
Quervain elevator
Quervain forceps
Quervain incision
Quervain release
Quervain rongeur
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De Quervain disease (DD) is a mechanical tenosynovitis due to volume insufficiency between abductor pollicis longus (APL), extensor pollicis brevis (EPB) and their tunnel.
During this period, a surgeon examined patients with simple De Quervain disease confirmed by clinical examinations.
De Quervain disease, or stenosing tenosynovitis of the first dorsal compartment of the wrist, is common in wrist pathology.
(3) In a study conducted by Zarin and Ahmad from 2001 to 2002, patients with De Quervain disease who did not respond to conservative treatment were operated and followed up for a minimum period of 3 months to assess their clinical outcome of procedure.
Le Viet and Lantieri reported 62 cases of De Quervain disease treated from 1983 to 1990 by the same surgeon and they found that transverse incision causes less disfavor scars.
Although, De Quervain disease surgery is effective in the treatment of symptoms in most patients, the longitudinal incision results in poor wound healing and damage to the terminal branches of the radial nerve.
Overall, longitudinal incision can be recommended for surgical treatment of De Quervain disease. Non participation of patients in surgery and then some of them in follow up were the most common methodological limitations.
The anatomy ofthe variations ofthe EDM is important for successful treatment of De Quervain disease, where the tenosynovectomy has to be performed.
Anatomical knowledge of the extensor tendons is important for successful tenosynovectomy in the treatment of De Quervain disease (7).