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A new measurement of heel-rise endurance with the ability to detect functional deficits in patients with Achilles tendon rupture.
Parker, "Treatment of acute achilles tendon ruptures.
Percutaneous suture of acute Achilles tendon rupture, A study of 60 cases.
He says older players tend to have muscle pulls and Achilles tendon ruptures because they are not flexible and "a lot of men and women play without a pre-season program.
The histological picture was compatible with the degenerative features typical of acute Achilles tendon rupture.
If there is a bump or thickening in the tendon, there may be chronic inflammation with scar tissue, degeneration, or even a partial tear, with real risk for an Achilles tendon rupture.
SAN ANTONIO -- Functional bracing is an attractive conservative alternative to surgical repair of acute Achilles tendon rupture, Dr.
Having been a near permanent fixture between the posts for Cork since his Championship debut in 1999, Cusack (right) has not been restored to the panel in the aftermath of the Achilles tendon rupture which ruled him out of last year's Championship.
Outcome following surgical repair of Achilles tendon rupture and comparison between post-operative between tibio-tarsal immobilization methods in dogs.
It is impossible to rise up on the ball of the foot with an Achilles tendon rupture because the connection between the muscles and the tendon has been interrupted.
Achilles tendon rupture is usually associated with an acute traumatic injury due to impact or direct sharp object contact resulting in tendon avulsion (Reinke et al.
Typical clinical sign of achilles tendon rupture is resting of the hock in standing animal and distal portion of the limb on the ground or walking surface (Fig 1).
Achilles tendon rupture in the dog is usually associated with an acute traumatic episode, either an impact injury resulting in avulsion of the tendon from the calcaneus or direct sharp trauma to some part of the musculotendinous unit.