Fixed contracture | definition of fixed contracture by Medical dictionary
organic contracture (redirected from fixed contracture)
contracture, usually due to fibrosis within the muscle that persists whether the subject is conscious or unconscious.
or·gan·ic con·trac·ture (ōr-gan'ik kŏn-trak'shŭr)
Contracture, usually due to fibrosis within the muscle, which persists whether the patient is conscious or unconscious.
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Botox has not been shown to be safe and effective treatment for other upper limb muscles, spasticity in the legs, or for treatment of fixed contracture
-- a condition that affects range of motion.
His arms and legs are weak with fixed contractures
When fixed contractures
and bone deformities occur, orthopedic surgery such as tendon releases and osteotomies will be indicated.