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Surgery Can Relieve the Pain of Some Types of Hand Arthritis
The Hand Clinic
The IP joint is the end joint of the thumb. It is shaped as a double dome side by side on the hand side of the joint and two side by side matching shallow curves on the nail side. This allows mobility in bending and straightening but stability in sideways and twisting movements. The IP joints is therefore very stable but this makes it more prone to stiffness and other problems. The common problems are related to wear and tear arthritis.
Thumb joint pain: Causes and treatment options
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Mucous cysts are small, fluid-filled sacs that form on the fingers. They are associated with osteoarthritis OA and usually develop in patients 50 to 70 years old. These cysts appear between the last joint of the finger and the bottom of the fingernail. Unless a mucous cyst is painful or in danger of rupturing, it can be left alone without causing harm to the patient. But even surgically removing a mucous cyst may not alleviate pain if the underlying cause of the pain is OA.