Trigger Finger

Diabetapedia definition: A condition is which a finger is stuck in a bent position, due to inflammation around the tendon in the affected finger. The finger may straighten with a snap – like when a trigger is released. The condition is more common in people living with diabetes.

Reference: Mayo Clinic

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