De Quervain Syndrome is a condition in which the tendons on the inner part of the wrist become inflamed and painful. Treatment can include ice or medications to reduce inflammation, adjustments to decrease irritation of the tendons, using splints, or surgery in which the tendon sheath is opened to decrease pressure on the tendon.
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