hamstring tendon


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Noun1.hamstring tendon - one of the tendons at the back of the kneehamstring tendon - one of the tendons at the back of the knee
sinew, tendon - a cord or band of inelastic tissue connecting a muscle with its bony attachment
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The 29-year-old Australian missed the initial stages of the competition due to a ruptured hamstring tendon behind his right knee, but has his sights set on regaining form and confidence to bolster Kings XI Punjab's play-off chances.
A comparison of patellar tendon autograft and four-strand hamstring tendon autograft," American Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.
Chen L, Cooley V, Rosenberg T 2003 ACL reconstruction with hamstring tendon Orthopaedic Clinics North America 34 9-18
Reconstructive surgery generally now involves minimally invasive surgery, taking a strip of the knee cap tendon or hamstring tendon from the back of the thigh and using this tissue to create a new ligament and fix it in the knee, to replace the old ACL.
--The next day, the Mets announce that Reyes has a tear in his right hamstring tendon.
The optimal approach for harvesting of a hamstring tendon has also been researched, with a posterior approach being advocated due to its better cosmesis and greater ease of establishing the correct anatomical structures required for harvesting (Prodromos et al., 2008).
The 22-year-old missed training with the Kangaroos to have scans on the problem, and they revealed a partial tear to the hamstring tendon - which will rule the Parramatta Eels star out for six weeks.
Surgical treatment of irreversible lesions of the femoral nerve in patients with traumatic or neurological pathology has been based on tendinous transference ofthe hamstring tendon, mainly of the femoral biceps, to the patella or quadriceps with good functional results (7,8).
The Czech international has been on the sidelines for 18 months with a hamstring tendon injury, but is expected to be ready for the start of the new campaign after playing against Barnet at the weekend.
Mikael Silvestre (thigh), Eduardo (broken leg), Theo Walcott (shoulder), Cesc Fabregas (knee) and Tomas Rosicky (hamstring tendon) remain sidelined.
Eventually he had surgery and it emerged he had a problem with his hamstring tendon. A metal screw was inserted but the 28-year-old then felt pain when he tried to sprint.