hamstring tendon


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one of the tendons at the back of the knee

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2003, A randomized comparison of patellar tendon and hamstring tendon anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
2], it is still significantly less than the cross-section area of the native ACL and/or 8 mm diameter hamstring tendon graft (with 50 [mm.
Discussing Williamson's situation, Phil Hayward, head of Wolves' medical department, said: "Mike just feels like that hamstring tendon isn't quite right.
20 consecutive patients with combined ACL-PCL injuries who underwent simultaneous arthroscopic ACL and PCL reconstruction with hamstring tendon autografts were included after they declared their consent to participate in the study.
5,6,7) There is little or no difference between bone-patellar tendon-bone and combined semitendinosus and gracilis tendon grafts in terms of the functional outcome after ACL reconstruction despite greater laxity measurements in the hamstring tendon group patients.
Anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament related to hamstring tendon grafts.
The Celtic player (inset) was out for five months due to a hamstring tendon injury, returning for the last two league games before playing in the friendly against Qatar at Easter Road last week.
Derby defender Craig Forsyth was earning his third cap while Charlie Mulgrew, who only returned at the end of the season for Celtic after a hamstring tendon injury had kept him out since December, was partnered with Gordon Greer in central defence.
Orthopaedic surgeons Chris Wilson and Geoff Graham removed a hamstring tendon from behind David's upper leg and used it to create a new ligament in his elbow.
She is now undergoing a period of intense physiotherapy and will have a second operation to lengthen her hamstring tendon tomorrow.
Slowed by a sore hamstring tendon, and competing in 90-degree heat, his goal was to get through this meet with minimal effort, and he did that by holding back in the hurdles and putting on the brakes in the pole vault.
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.
Chen L, Cooley V, Rosenberg T 2003 ACL reconstruction with hamstring tendon Orthopaedic Clinics North America 34 9-18