Infections of the hand

Hand infections can cause severe problems that continue even after the infection has resolved, such as stiffness, loss of strength, and loss of tissues such as skin, nerve and bone.  Thus, early and aggressive treatment of infections is essential.  When seen early, some kinds of infection can be treated with antibiotics and local rest and soaking.  However, many infections begin to cause severe problems, after a day or two, if not treated with antibiotics, surgical drainage, and removal of infected tissues. Rarely, a hand infection can be affected by an “atypical mycobacterium.”  One of the more common types, Mycobacterium marinum infection.

  • Aetiopathology
  • Acute paronychium
  • Apical subungual infection
  • Terminal pulp space infection
  • Middle volar space infection
  • Proximal volar space infection
  • Web space infection
  • Deep palmar abscess
  • Acute suppurative tenosynovitis

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