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The human body has a special sweat gland called apocrine gland, also known as large sudoriferous gland, which is located at the bottom of the dermis and opens at the root of the body hair.
miraDry® uses the patented microwave thermal energy focusing technology to precisely control the energy heating of the skin and the distribution area of the large and small sweat glands of subcutaneous fat
The end of the muscle forms a long and thin band structure attached to the bone, which is the tendon. If the tendon is inflamed for various reasons, it is called tendinitis.
“Tendon Suture” literally means to sew up split tendon in order to recover its functions to flex or extend, and to restore its normal strength and appearance.
Ganglion cyst is a benign tumor common seen around wrist. It is usually discovered by accident and sometimes gets bigger with pain or soreness. Ganglion cyst that grows in wrist may often cause pain in the wrist. The discomfort is particularly obvious when moving the joint.
Patients often complain that they cannot straighten their fingers after bending and have to use the other hand to straighten it up. Patients can also feel a lump at the base of the side of the palm. This is the so-called trigger finger.
Many new mothers feel the pain on the sides of both thumbs near wrist joints and the pain worsens when holding their babies. This disease is nicknamed “Mama’s hand”. Its official medical term is stenosing tenosynovitis of radial styloid, or De-Quervain’s Disease.
Washing hands properly and frequently is good personal hygiene, and it is the single most effective way to prevent and reduce the spread of communicable diseases, if it is done correctly.
Also known as De Quervain’s disease and stenosing tenosynovitis, trigger finger is s type of tenosynovitis caused by excessive use of thumb stretching and extension.
Hand eczema, commonly known as housewives' hand eczema, is hand dermatitis, the main cause of which is that the skin itself is relatively sensitive to repeated stimulation of external substances, resulting in dry hands, peeling, cracking, and disappearing fingerprints.