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Hand Surgery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a nerve-tightening in the wrist area. There is a space at the wrist level, called carpal tunnel or canal, in which the median nerve and nine tendons run from the forearm to the hand. Please click here for more…

Trigger Finger

Trigger Finger is the result of the narrowing of the tendon sheath rings on the forearm side, due to various reasons, or the consequent increase in volume and length of the long sleeves running to the fingers. Please click here for more…

Palmar Hand Contracture (Dupuytren's Disease)

Dupuytren’s contracture is the thickening and scarred shrinkage (aponeurosis) of the palm, sometimes associated with the shrinkage of the finger joints. The core of the process is the proliferation of connective tissue fibroblast cells and increased excessive collagen fibrous production. Please click here for more…

Hand Rejuvenation

Your hands are the telltale sign of your age because you can not hide them. From 2010, we use a minimally invasive procedure that makes them smooth, full, and youthful. The basis for this intervention is tissue volume increase, hydration, mesotherapy, and hyaluronic acid. Please click here for more…

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