tenotomy

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te·not·o·my

 (tĕ-nŏt′ə-mē)
n. pl. te·not·o·mies
Surgical cutting or division of a tendon.

tenotomy

(təˈnɒtəmɪ)
n, pl -mies
(Surgery) surgical division of a tendon
teˈnotomist n
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Results of labral-level arthroscopic iliopsoas tenotomies for the treatment of labral impingement.
Techniques for tendinopathies vary from bathing the tendon without tenotomy to performing multiple tenotomies (with or without injection material into the tenotomy).
Akermark and coworkers reviewed 18 adductor tenotomies in 16 patients with chronic adductor longus tendinopathy.
Flexion deformities <20[degrees] can be treated with serial plasters and deformities up to 40[degrees] are treated with an open capsular release, with or without hamstring tenotomies.
The percutaneous TA tenotomies are also being performed at this clinic with standard protocol of sterilization.
She will administer local anaesthetic as well as cortisone injections for foot and ankle inflammation, and will perform minor surgical procedures including excision of skin lesions, tenotomies and wound debridements under supervision.
Multiple longitudinal tenotomies trigger well ordered neoangiogenesis of the AT.
Previous general anaesthesia for tenotomies of hands and relocation of a submandibular duct to prevent drooling were uneventful.