Painful Hand and Moving Fingers: Case Report and Literature Review

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Fabian Rossi, Michael Hoffmann, Ramon Rodriguez-Cruz, Elisa M Rossi, Elizabeth Gonzalez and Nina Tsakadze
 

Abstract

We describe a 41 year-old man with painful hand and moving fingers (PHMF) syndrome. He presented with pain in the ulnar distribution of the left forearm and hand, and continuous abduction-adduction confined to the left IV finger. The symptoms started several months after trauma of the left cubital fossa with ulnar nerve injury. Response to therapy has remained suboptimal. We summarized the reported cases of the PHMF.

Published on: August 06, 2018
doi: 10.17756/jnen.2018-035
Citation: Rossi F, Hoffmann M, Rodriguez-Cruz R, Rossi EM, Gonzalez E. 2018. Painful Hand and Moving Fingers: Case Report and Literature Review. J Neurol Exp Neurosci 4(1): 15-18.
 
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