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Case 6.4.6 Traumatic tendon lesions


Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep and superficial flexor tendon and a small fracture at the base of the middle phalanx
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep and superficial flexor tendon after knife injury
Flexor tendon trauma:
Complete rupture of the superficial and a partial rupure of the deep flexor tendon. The superficial flexor tendon is retracted
Flexor tendon trauma:
Ruptured deep flexor tendon with retraction of the tendon proximal to the MCP joint
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep flexor tendon of dig 5 with retraction of the proximal stump proximal of the MCP joint
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep flexor tendon with a tendon defect filled with granulation tissue
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the flexor digitorum superficialis tendon of digit 4 with retraction proximal to the MCP joint
Flexor tendon trauma:
Complete rupture of the superficial flexor tendon with retraction and a partial rupture of the deep flexor tendon and a hematoma in the defe ...
Flexor tendon trauma:
Ruptured deep and superficial flexor tendon of digit 5
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Rupture of the flexor tendon of the thumb
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Rupture of the flexor pollicis tendon with retraction in the thenar muscles
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Flexor tendon rupture with retracted proximal stump
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Old partial rupture of the distal flexor pollicis longus tendon
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Partial rupture of the flexor pollicis longus tendon with thinning of the distal part of the tendon
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Rerupture of the flexor pollicis longus tendon after surgical repair
Surgical repair after flexor tendon rupture:
Sutures in the flexor pollicis longus tendon after surgical repair with tendon interposition. The distance between the tendon and the phalan ...
Surgical repair after flexor tendon rupture:
Status after flexor tendon repair. The sutures are still visible. There are also adhesions
Surgical repair after flexor tendon rupture:
Flexor pollicis longus tendon in a child after surgical repair. The sutures are visible as echogenic structures
Extensor tendon trauma:
Ruptured extensor tendon and foreign body
Extensor tendon trauma:
Partial rupture of the extensor tendon
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon rupture with retraction of the stumps
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon rupture
Extensor tendon trauma:
Central slip rupture
Extensor tendon trauma:
Central slip rupture
Extensor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the central slip of the extensor tendon and bony defect with bony fragments
Extensor tendon trauma:
Central slip lesion
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon rupture with a 6 mm. large tendon defect
Extensor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the extensor tendon with diastasis of the tendon ends
Extensor tendon trauma:
Distal extensor digitorum tendon rupture with a slightly retracted thickened tendon
Extensor tendon trauma:
Incomplete rupture of the distal part of the extensor tendon of the finger with tiny bony avulsion
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon lesion and glass fragments
Extensor tendon trauma:
EPL rupture at the DIP joint or non bony Mallet finger
Extensor tendon trauma:
Subtotal extensor pollicis longus tendon rupture. There is a tiny intact tendon part preventing complete retraction
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep and superficial flexor tendon and a small fracture at the base of the middle phalanx
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep and superficial flexor tendon after knife injury
Flexor tendon trauma:
Complete rupture of the superficial and a partial rupure of the deep flexor tendon. The superficial flexor tendon is retracted
Flexor tendon trauma:
Ruptured deep flexor tendon with retraction of the tendon proximal to the MCP joint
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep flexor tendon of dig 5 with retraction of the proximal stump proximal of the MCP joint
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the deep flexor tendon with a tendon defect filled with granulation tissue
Flexor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the flexor digitorum superficialis tendon of digit 4 with retraction proximal to the MCP joint
Flexor tendon trauma:
Complete rupture of the superficial flexor tendon with retraction and a partial rupture of the deep flexor tendon and a hematoma in the defe ...
Flexor tendon trauma:
Ruptured deep and superficial flexor tendon of digit 5
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Rupture of the flexor tendon of the thumb
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Rupture of the flexor pollicis tendon with retraction in the thenar muscles
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Flexor tendon rupture with retracted proximal stump
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Old partial rupture of the distal flexor pollicis longus tendon
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Partial rupture of the flexor pollicis longus tendon with thinning of the distal part of the tendon
Flexor pollicis longus trauma:
Rerupture of the flexor pollicis longus tendon after surgical repair
Surgical repair after flexor tendon rupture:
Sutures in the flexor pollicis longus tendon after surgical repair with tendon interposition. The distance between the tendon and the phalan ...
Surgical repair after flexor tendon rupture:
Status after flexor tendon repair. The sutures are still visible. There are also adhesions
Surgical repair after flexor tendon rupture:
Flexor pollicis longus tendon in a child after surgical repair. The sutures are visible as echogenic structures
Extensor tendon trauma:
Ruptured extensor tendon and foreign body
Extensor tendon trauma:
Partial rupture of the extensor tendon
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon rupture with retraction of the stumps
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon rupture
Extensor tendon trauma:
Central slip rupture
Extensor tendon trauma:
Central slip rupture
Extensor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the central slip of the extensor tendon and bony defect with bony fragments
Extensor tendon trauma:
Central slip lesion
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon rupture with a 6 mm. large tendon defect
Extensor tendon trauma:
Rupture of the extensor tendon with diastasis of the tendon ends
Extensor tendon trauma:
Distal extensor digitorum tendon rupture with a slightly retracted thickened tendon
Extensor tendon trauma:
Incomplete rupture of the distal part of the extensor tendon of the finger with tiny bony avulsion
Extensor tendon trauma:
Extensor tendon lesion and glass fragments
Extensor tendon trauma:
EPL rupture at the DIP joint or non bony Mallet finger
Extensor tendon trauma:
Subtotal extensor pollicis longus tendon rupture. There is a tiny intact tendon part preventing complete retraction
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