Internet resources relating to tenolysis
[OCOSH Code: D013710 44322007 OP_TL]
Flexor tenolysis is a procedure used to remove adhesions from tendons and is designed to improve active digital flexion.
Despite attempts to develop surgical and rehabilitation techniques to maximize flexor tendon function following surgical repair, postoperative tendon adhesions remain a problem and a significant source of morbidity. In these cases,...
Added: Tue Apr 01 2008
Stiffness of the fingers is a common problem following either closed or open injury. The moving parts of fingers are often glued together by scar tissue following injury, and if movement can not be recovered through therapy and time, and if all other conditions are favorable (wound maturation, patient motivation,...
Added: Thu Jan 31 2002