Dr Pr. D’Agostino, MD, PhD

Hand Clinic Brussels - Lasne

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Any abnormal lump or bump, or "mass", is considered a tumor. The term "tumor" does not necessarily mean it is malignant or that it is a cancer. In fact, the vast majority of hand and wrist tumors are benign or non-cancerous. Any lump or bump in...

Extensor tendons, located on the back of the hand and fingers, allow you to straighten your fingers and thumb. These tendons are attached to muscles in the forearm.

As the tendons continue into the fingers, they become flat and thin.


De Quervain's syndrome is a painful condition that affects extensor pollicis brevis (EPB) and abductor pollicis longus (EPL) tendons where they run through a tunnel named 1st extensor compartment on the thumb side of the wrist.