Can a fused finger be reversed or adjusted to regain motion? admin Posted on Posted in Medical Questions, Orthopaedics (Orthopedics), Surgery 6 Comments Hello. Can a fused finger be reversed or adjusted to regain motion?
In my opinion ..a completely fused joint in finger is irreversible if it is calcified joint ..but it can be only if moderate adhesions inside..
Yes it can
yes ,it can be reversed,but not completely.
depends on which internal structures are fused,whether it is bone,soft tissues or joint capsule.
post a photograph here so that i can guide you further.
VERY DIFFICULT BUT NOT IMPOSSIBLE.
A GOOD PLASTIC SURGEON CAN DO IT BUT 100 % MOVEMENT CANNOT BE GUARANTEED.
COSMETIC RESULTS ARE GOOD
it can be readjusted but results cannot be achieved 100 percent
Hi my name is Edward , a stray bullet hit me in the left wrist when I was 25 and the surgeon decided to fuse my wrist , I do have limited movement and can work out and all.
But I recently find myself with discomfort and constantly adjusting my wrist I want to know if I can get my wrist un-fused or am I stuck like this. Thank you