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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Treatment of patellar tendinopathy, including: Physical therapy; Percutaneous needle tenotomy (PNT); Platelet rich plasma (PRP); Transdermal nitroglycerin (NTG); Stem cells
The deltopectoral approach with subscapularis tenotomy represents a standard approach to the glenohumeral joint with mostly satisfactory outcomes reported in the literature.
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An Achilles tenotomy, or if required a posterior release (Achilles tenotomy, capsule and ligament release), results in a plantigrade, mobile foot that prevents point loading and pressure sores.
Endoscopic arytenoid reduction was performed along with chemical tenotomy of the posterior cricoarytenoid using 10 units of botulinum toxin.
The bFGF was found to significantly increase the cell density, collagen diameter, stiffness and loading capacity in the early stage of tenotomy, but no significant improvement in the biomechanical properties was reported (Chan et al.
The cornea was excised 360[degrees] with Wescott tenotomy scissors or curved Stevens tenotomy scissors (Fig 1b).
Ultrasound guided tenotomy and hydro-dissection of the flexor retinaculum in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome: Outcome analysis of the Brigham and Woman's carpal tunnel questionnaire.
McShane of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, developed the tenotomy procedure for relieving tennis elbow.