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Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation.

Lars Bergljung

Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation.

A stereo-microangiographic study on the calcaneal tendon of the rabbit.

by Lars Bergljung

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Published by Almqvist & Wiksell (distr.) in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tendons -- Transplantation.,
  • Tendons -- Surgery.,
  • Tendons -- Blood-vessels.,
  • Suture Technics.,
  • Tendons -- blood supply.,
  • Tendons -- transplantation.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 62-[63]

    Statement[Translated by Joan Whitehouse]
    SeriesScandinavian journal of plastic and reconstructive surgery. Supplementum,, 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD688
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62, (1) p.
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5639435M
    LC Control Number68068902

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Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation by Lars Bergljung Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation. A stereo-microangiographic study on the calcaneal tendon of the rabbit. [Lars Bergljung]. Feb 13,  · The vasculature and its role in the damaged and healing tendon.

Steven A Fenwick, 1 Brian L Hazleman, 2 and Graham P Riley 2 The vascular supply to the tendon has been shown to arise from three distinct Increased vascularity at the tendon stump following tendon division and suture has also been shown in the flexor tendon of the canine Cited by: Thirty patients with ruptures of the Achielles tendon were studied.

There were 21 men and 9 women with an average age of 36 years. Specimens from the tendon and paratenon in 24 were examined histologically. Tissue samples of 20 were studied by electron microscopy. Marked degenerative, obliterative and/or inflammatory vascular changes were found in all the ruptured tendons and their Cited by: Injury, 8, Printed in Great Britain Vascular changes in flexor tendons after injury and repair: an experimental study* J.

Phillip Matthews Senior Lecturer in Traumatic and Orthopaedic Surgery, Welsh National School of Medicine, Consultant Surgeon, Singleton Hospital, Swansea Summary Two groups of experiments were carried out on the profundus tendons of New Zealand rabbits: poldasulteng.com by: 1.

Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation. book Bergljung,Lars Title(s): Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation; a stereo-microangiographic study on the calcaneal tendon of the rabbit. [Translated by Joan Wnitehouse]. Country of Publication: Sweden Publisher: Stockholm [Distributed by Almqvist & Wiksell] L.

Bergljung, Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation Scand J Plast Reconst Surg Suppl 4: () D.M. Chaplin, The vascular anatomy within normal tendon, divided tendon, free tendon grafts and pedicle tendon grafts in rabbits. A micro angio graphic study J Bone Joint Surg () Cited by: 1.

A tendon or sinew is a tough band of fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone and is capable of withstanding tension.

Tendons are similar to ligaments; both are made of poldasulteng.comnts connect one bone to another, while tendons connect muscle to poldasulteng.com: Flexor Tendon Reconstructions and Salvage Procedures Randall W.

Culp, M.D. Pre-op Planning a. Delay in presentation due to missed injury b. Condition of the wound c. Presence of bone and joint injuries d. Presence of nerve and vascular injuries e. Medical condition of patient II. Surgical Decision Making a. Quality of fibro-osseous tunnel b.

Oct 06,  · A tendon transplant, also called tendon transfer surgery, helps to restore hand functions lost to disease or injury. During surgery, orthopedic surgeons "transfer" or reassign part of the injured muscle or tendon from the paralyzed hand, elbow, or arm to an extra, working tendon.

Physical therapy following tendon transplant recovery often restores the arm, elbow, and hand back to normal. Extensor mechanism repair and reconstruction using Achilles tendon allograft after bilateral patellar tendon rupture in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis a book, and subsequently he was.

transplantation[‚tranz·plan′tā·shən] (biology) The artificial removal of part of an organism and its replacement in the body of the same or of a different individual.

To remove a plant from one location and replant it in another place. Transplantation the grafting of tissues and organs. Animals and man. Transplantation in animals and man is the. tendon transplantation: the transfer of living organs and tissue from one part of the body to another or from one individual to another.

Transplantation and grafting mean the same thing, though the term grafting is more commonly used to refer to the transfer of skin. See grafting (1). Occasionally an organ is transplanted from one place to.

Tendon Transfer Surgery. By Walt Kilcullen. Tendon Transfer Surgery for Clenched Fist and Arm Paralysis. After a stroke, some survivors experience paralysis of one arm along with a clenched fist.

If a nerve is injured preventing that nerve from sending signals to a muscle or muscles, the result is paralysis and loss of muscle function. Ostrich tendon (new xenogenic) transplantation in rabbit model. tendon transplantation to other species. The aim of this study was to evaluate ostrich flexor tendon transplantation in a rabbit.

Sep 13,  · Bergljung L () Vascular reactions after tendon suture and tendon transplantation. A stereo-microangiographic study on the calcaneal tendon of the rabbit.

Scand J Plast Reconstr Surg Suppl –63 PubMed Google ScholarAuthor: Gian Nicola Bisciotti, Piero Volpi. chronic repetitive injury to tendon resulting in degenerative changes without inflammatory component; characterized by Collagen disorientation, disorganization, and fiber separation by increased mucoid ground substance, increased prominence of cells and vascular spaces with or without neovascularization, and focal necrosis or calcification.

Dec 31,  · A new modified Tsuge suture for flexor tendon repairs: the biomechanical analysis and clinical application the surgeons needed only one single-stranded suture and one suture to repair one tendon, saving substantial material costs for many patients, especially in multiple tendon injuries.

the biomechanical analysis and clinical Cited by: 2. Classification of Suture Materials. Broadly, sutures can be classified into absorbable or non-absorbable poldasulteng.com can be further sub-classified into synthetic or natural sutures, and monofilament or multifilament sutures.

The ideal suture is the smallest possible to produce uniform tensile strength, securely hold the wound for the required time for healing, then be absorbed/5.

Dunn has published over articles and book chapters in the areas of Surgical Infectious Diseases and Transplantation. He has received regional and nationwide recognition in several academic organizations and is a Past-President of the Surgical Infection Society, the. Expected findings in Post tendon repair Thicker, hypoechoic tendon Loss of normal fibrillay echopattern.

May be smaller fluid clefts in the tendon. Suture material is seen Dynemic scan showing tendon movements. Abnormal findings in Post te. The use of stems cells in tendon repair is of particular interest given the frequency of tendon injuries worldwide together with the technical difficulty often encountered when repairing or augmenting tendons.

Stems cells have the capability to differentiate into a variety of different cell types including osteocytes and tenocytes, and if normal architecture of damaged tendon (either Cited by: Oct 28,  · Late direct repair of a lacerated flexor tendon is a tendon repair performed 3 weeks after injury.

When direct repair is performed late, contraction of the musculotendonous unit makes it difficult.REVIEW Rotator Cuff Healing and the Bone Marrow‘‘Crimson Duvet’’ From Clinical Observations to Science Stephen J. Snyder, MD and Joseph Burns, MDAbstract: The goal of improving rotator cuff healing has been a high (duvet).