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Tenosynovectomy is an operation to correct restricted or painful movement of a tendon due to thickening and adhesions within the tendon sheath.
Tenosynovectomy is an operation to correct restricted or painful movement of a tendon, due to thickening and adhesions within the tendon sheath.
You might have tenosynovectomy if you suffer from restricted or painful movement of a tendon due to thickening and adhesions within the tendon sheath.
A tenosynovectomy is usually carried out under a local anaesthetic (so you’ll stay awake but you won’t feel anything). It takes around half an hour and you should be able to go home on the same day.
Immediately after surgery we’ll help you manage any pain or discomfort with painkillers. We’ll discuss your aftercare and arrange any follow-up appointments with you before you leave hospital.
You’ll be given detailed instructions to explain what types of movement should be undertaken to ensure quick and effective recovery after a tenosynovectomy. You may need to take some time off work.
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Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Mr Southgate's specialties include knee surgery, hip revision surgery, hip surgery and sports injuries.