*  Prolotherapy
The injection is administered at joints or at tendons where they connect to bone. Prolotherapy treatment sessions are generally ... Prolotherapy involves the injection of an irritant solution into a joint space, weakened ligament, or tendon insertion to ... 13 (3). Hackett, GS (1956). Ligament and tendon relaxation treated by prolotherapy. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas. ...
*  Subscapularis muscle
Lo and Burkhart even tagged the subscapularis tendon hypercritically as the "forgotten tendon". That arises by the gap of the ... Gliding now medially shows the insertion of the subscapularis tendon. The subscapularis tendon lies approximately 3 to 5 ... The tendon of the muscle is separated from the neck of the scapula by a large bursa, which communicates with the cavity of the ... Those two tendons build the interval sling. Mack et al. developed an ultrasonographic procedure with which it is possible to ...
*  Tendon cell
The myo-tendon space is then attached to the base of the tendon cells via basal hemidesmosomes, while apical hemidesmosomes, ... Tendon cells have a well-developed rough endoplasmic reticulum and they are responsible for synthesis and turnover of tendon ... Tendon cells, or tenocytes, are elongated fibroblast type cells. The cytoplasm is stretched between the collagen fibres of the ... Tendon cells form a connecting epithelial layer between the muscle and shell in molluscs. In gastropods, for example, the ...
*  Rotator cuff tear
The amount of stress needed to tear a rotator cuff tendon acutely will depend on the underlying condition of the tendon prior ... The shoulder is a complex mechanism involving bones, ligaments, joints, muscles, and tendons. Tears of the rotator cuff tendon ... "Interaction Between the Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus Tendons: Effect of Anterior Supraspinatus Tendon Full-Thickness Tears ... and usually occurring at or near the tendon (as a result of the tendon rubbing against the overlying bone), and usually ...
*  Tenosynovitis
Resting the affected tendons is essential for recovery; a brace is often recommended. Physical or occupational therapy may also ... Tenosynovitis is the inflammation of the fluid-filled sheath (called the synovium) that surrounds a tendon, typically leading ... Most infectious tenosynovitis cases should be managed with tendon sheath irrigation and drainage, with or without debridement ... the tendons may undergo stenosis, causing conditions such as de Quervain's and trigger finger. Diagnosis of tenosynovitis is ...
*  Compression lock
This causes severe pressure on the Achilles tendon, and often also results in an ankle lock, since the ankle is being used as a ... A forceful compression lock may damage muscles and tendons, and if accompanied by a joint lock, may also result in torn ... It is typically performed by wedging a forearm, especially a bony part of it, into the Achilles tendon, while leveraging the ... Similarly, some ankle locks also cause a compression lock on the Achilles tendon, and hence the term "Achilles lock" is often ...
*  Patella fracture
... while any ligaments or tendons that had been connected to the removed portion are connected to the remaining portion. The ...
*  Tendon
... while Golgi tendon organs are present at the junction between tendon and muscle. Tendon length varies in all major groups and ... Tendon (in particular, beef tendon) is used as a food in some Asian cuisines (often served at yum cha or dim sum restaurants). ... The tendons in the foot are highly complex and intricate. Therefore, the healing process for a broken tendon is long and ... Tendons are similar to ligaments; both are made of collagen. Ligaments join one bone to another bone, while tendons connect ...
*  Bowed tendon
A bowed tendon is a horseman's term for a tendon after a horse has sustained an injury that caused the tendon fibers to be torn ... It is most commonly seen in the superficial digital flexor tendon (SDFT) in a front leg-the tendon that runs down the back of ... The prognosis for return to full work depends on: The damage to the tendon: if there was not obvious disruption of the tendon ... The overextension of the fetlock causes overstretching of the flexor tendons, resulting in the rupture of tendon fibers. Horses ...
*  Achilles tendon
The Achilles tendon or heel cord, also known as the calcaneal tendon (Latin: Tendo calcaneus), is a tendon of the back of the ... Achilles tendon rupture is a partial or complete break in the tendon. Partial and full Achilles tendon ruptures are most likely ... The Achilles tendon connects muscle to bone, like other tendons, and is located at the back of the lower leg. The Achilles ... The tendon can rupture and become inflamed. The oldest-known written record of the tendon being named for Achilles is in 1693 ...
*  Tendon, Vosges
Tendon was part of the prévôté of Arches. Established as a commune in 1790, Tendon was part of the canton of Éloyes in the ... Tendon is a commune in the Vosges area of Grand Est in northeastern France. Its inhabitants are known as Todas, there is a ... Tendon is a comune in the heart of a long valley, composed of a village and about 60 settlements. Situated 19 kilometres to the ... Le Tholy is 8 km away via the Bonne Fontaine col at an altitude of 677 m. The ban of Tendon (Tandon), comprising the villages ...
*  Strained tendon
... is a German band whose music and artwork is experimental. It was founded in 1995 in the town of Winterberg, ... video and pictures Strained Tendon article on Indiepedia.de. ...
*  Tendon sheath
A tendon sheath is a layer of synovial membrane around a tendon. It permits the tendon to stretch and not adhere to the ... "tendon sheath" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary Ciatti; Mariani, P. (2009). "Fibroma of tendon sheath located within the ankle ... It has two layers: synovial sheath fibrous tendon sheath Fibroma of the tendon sheath has been described. "Anatomy and ... Okada; Shinozaki, T.; Hirato, J.; Yanagawa, T.; Takagishi, K. (2009). "Fibroma of tendon sheath of the infrapatellar fat pad in ...
*  Conjoint tendon
The conjoint tendon serves to protect what would otherwise be a weak point in the abdominal wall. A weakening of the conjoint ... The conjoint tendon (previously known as the inguinal aponeurotic falx) is a structure formed from the lower part of the common ... It is usually conjoint with the tendon of the abdominal internal oblique muscle, but they may be separate as well. It forms the ... tendon can precipitate a direct inguinal hernia. A direct inguinal hernia will protrude through Hesselbach's triangle, whose ...
*  Quadriceps tendon
Often, when the tendon is completely torn, part of the kneecap bone will break off with the tendon as well. It can rupture ... A tendon connects muscle to bone, while a ligament connects bone to bone. The quadriceps tendon works with the quadriceps to ... Injuries are common to this tendon, with tears, either partial or complete, being the most common. If the quadriceps tendon is ... "Patellar Tendon Tear." OrthoInfo - AAOS. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Aug. 2009. Web. 07 Dec. 2014. Jolles BM, ...
*  Tendon rupture
Examples include: Achilles tendon rupture Anterior cruciate ligament injury Biceps femoris tendon rupture and Quadriceps tendon ... Tendon rupture is a condition in which a tendon separates in whole or in part from tissue to which it is attached, or is itself ... "Is surgical intervention more effective than non-surgical treatment for acute Achilles tendon rupture? A systematic review of ... rupture Cruciate ligament#Rupture Patellar tendon rupture Thomas, JR; Lawton, JN (February 2017). "Biceps and Triceps Ruptures ...
*  Tendon (disambiguation)
Tendon may also refer to: Tendon as food, use of tendons in cuisine in various cultures Tendon (Japanese cuisine), type of ... "tendon" All pages with a title containing tendon Tenon, often misspelled or mispronounced as "tendon" Tend (disambiguation). ... Tendon is part of a structure or system that provides support and holds it together. ... Japanese rice bowl dish or donburi Tendon, Vosges, commune in the Vosges département in France All pages beginning with " ...
*  Tendon reflex
Deep tendon reflex also usually refers to this sense. A deep tendon reflex is often associated with muscle stretching. Tendon ... tendon reflex Citing: wustl.edu. REFLEXES: Tendon & Other. 2008. TheFreeDictionary.com > deep tendon reflex Citing: The ... Tendon reflex (or T-reflex) may refer to: A stretch reflex, when the stretch is created by a blow upon a muscle tendon. This is ... The Golgi tendon reflex, motivated by that the sensory receptors for this reflex are anatomically located in the tendon, while ...
*  Tendon transfer
A tendon transfer is a surgical process in which the insertion of a tendon is moved, but the origin remains in the same ...
*  Tendon (Reniss album)
Tendon is the first studio album by the Cameroonian artist Reniss. Released by New Bell Music on October 24, 2016, Tendon is a ... "Tendon by Reniss on Apple Music". iTunes. Retrieved 2017-06-27. bakwamagazine (2016-10-26). "Reniss' Genre Fluidity in Tendon ... The popularity of the single and video "La Sauce" and the album Tendon earned her multiple nominations for awards, including ... Tendon - New Bell Music". newbellmusic.com. Retrieved 2017-06-27. Wabo, LeBledParle.com, Chancelin. "Reniss remercie ses fans ...
*  Tendon-driven robot
The tendons slide over 3D printed bones matching human bone shapes, reproducing the variable moment arms and some of the tendon ... The tendons are actuated by direct drive (without gearing), allowing them to spool out freely when other tendons oppose them in ... Myorobotics is a toolkit comprising muscles, tendons, joints, and bones to build diverse tendon-driven musculoskeletal robots, ... Tendon-driven robots (TDR) are robots whose limbs mimic biological musculoskeletal systems. They use plastic straps to mimic ...
*  Quadriceps tendon rupture
... in plain X-ray Quadriceps tendon rupture in plain X-ray: Incomplete rupture with haematoma in tendon ... Quadriceps tendon rupture in plain X-ray X-ray of a tear of the patellar tendon. On the left: The kneecap is pulled up. On the ... A quadriceps tendon rupture is a tear of the tendon of the major leg extensors (quadriceps), usually close to its insertion at ... Operative image: 1. Kneecap 2. upper patella pole with drill holes 3. Stump of the quadriceps tendon The tendon can be ...
*  Schilling tendon procedure
If the peroneal retinaculum is torn, the peroneal tendons are no longer stabilized. This allows the peroneus brevis tendon to ... The Schilling tendon procedure is a temporary surgical procedure developed by the former Boston Red Sox team physician William ... The procedure involves the placement of three sutures through the skin anterior to the path of the peroneus brevis tendon and ... During pitching mechanics, the snapping of the tendon over the bone is painful and distracting to the pitcher. ...
*  Patellar tendon rupture
When the tendon tears, it can break a piece of the bone off of the kneecap. The second form of rupturing the patellar tendon is ... If the tendon rupture is a partial tear (without the two parts of the tendon being separated) then non-surgical methods of ... Patellar tendon rupture is a rupture of the tendon that connects the patella to the tibia. The superior portion of the patellar ... A partial tear is when some of the fibers of the patellar tendon are torn but the majority of the tendon is still attached to ...
*  Golgi tendon organ
The Golgi tendon organ (GTO) (also called Golgi organ, tendon organ, neurotendinous organ or neurotendinous spindle) is a ... Each tendon organ is innervated by a single afferent type Ib sensory nerve fiber (Aɑ fiber) that branches and terminates as ... Tendon organs signal muscle force through the entire physiological range, not only at high strain. During locomotion, Ib input ... It lies at the origins and insertion of skeletal muscle fibers into the tendons of skeletal muscle. It provides the sensory ...