In the hand, tendons run along the front and back of the bones in the fingers and are attached to the muscles in the forearm. They'll examine your hand and advise you about appropriate treatments. The exact reason why these problems occur is not known, but several factors may increase the likelihood of trigger finger developing. See your GP if you think you may have trigger finger. Page last reviewed: 30 July Next review due: 30 July It usually affects the thumb, ring finger or little finger. Tendons are tough cords that join bone to muscle. This makes bending the affected finger or thumb difficult. What causes trigger finger?
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