Little And Ring Fingers Bend Together?
ring finger and little finger of my left hand when bent are always togetheru003cbru003e can’t 1 1 / alone
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The hand is composed of bones, muscles and supporting tissues (tendos), ligaments, joints, nerves, blood vessels, and skin. The movement of each finger is determined by these structures and controlled by the brain. Normally, the ring finger and little finger are governed by the same nerves and hand muscles that are interconnected, so that if one finger moves, the other finger will also move. Meanwhile, the thumb, index finger, and middle finger have different nerves so that if you move the index finger, the ring finger does not move, and vice versa.
If there are disturbances or abnormalities in these structures, it can cause movement disorders. Abnormalities can be included in the disease or include variations only. If your complaint is painful, uncomfortable in carrying out certain activities, or becomes non-functional (unable to move), then the cause of the disorder must be sought by consulting a doctor.
Some disorders that may occur in the structure of the fingers are:
2. Broken bones
3. Syndactyly, or an abnormality in the fingers from birth that causes 2 or more fingers to join together (such as duck feet)
To be able to move / bend independently, you can do continuous exercises. The exercise is by bending only the little finger and holding it with a different hand, then bending only the ring finger and holding it with a different hand. However, it needs to be understood, it is normal if the ring finger is bent, the little finger will also move even a little.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
dr. Sarah Rizqia