tendon rupture

tendon rupture,

n tearing of a tendon that occurs when the forces placed upon the tendon exceed its tensile strength.
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6,7 The current study was planned to determine whether arterial ischaemia may increase tendon rupture risk by changing tendon stiffness.
3,5,6) Risk factors for tendon rupture include obesity, smoking, steroid injection in or around the tendon, and previous tendinopathy.
18] established a rabbit Achilles tendon rupture model and used it to compare the treatment effects of ADSCs and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) with PRP alone on tendon healing.
Surgical repair of chronic complete hamstring tendon rupture in the adult patient.
It was approved with a boxed warning for serious adverse reactions including possibly permanent tendinitis and tendon rupture, peripheral neuropathy and central nervous system effects.
Despite suffering an almost careerending tendon rupture to both knees while attempting the 310kg world record in Las Vegas, Dot continued to take part in her sport.
Achilles tendon rupture occurs with acute trauma to the ankle.
Taking place over one week, the surgeries covered 20 refugee children whose maladies ranged from tendon rupture, foot deformity and shoulder dislocation to congenital hip dysplasia.
2) Nilsson and coworkers report that a partial Achilles tendon rupture resulted in the retirement of one dancer, and Achilles tendinopathy accounted for sick leaves of 10 to 12 weeks.
Risk factors for tendonitis or tendon rupture are increased in the elderly, steroid therapy patients and transplant patients.
Subcutaneous Peroneus Longus Tendon Rupture Associated with Os Peroneum Fracture.
Additional side effects for patients taking fluoroquinolones could include tendinitis, tendon rupture, and joint swelling.