Read more about recovering from hand tendon repair. Results. After an extensor tendon repair you should have a working finger or thumb, but you may not regain full movement. The outcome is often better when the injury is a clean cut to the tendon, rather than one that involves crushing or damage to the bones and joints.
In some cases of muscle strains myositis ossificans (MO) may develop. This condition occurs most commonly in strains of the quadriceps muscle but can occur in any strained muscle. In this condition damaged muscle fibers turn into small bone fragments (ossify) but the exact mechanism of this conversion remains unclear.
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Quadriceps Strain Quadriceps strain, or a pulled quad muscle is a common injury in sports. As with most muscle strains, it can occur with any activity that requires explosive contraction of the muscles. Quad strains, much like hamstring strains, can become chronic nagging injuries if not treated correctly.
Overview The quadriceps muscle group actually includes four muscles located in the front (anterior) of the thigh. This muscle group acts to extend the leg. A pulled or strained quadriceps muscle causes pain in the front of the thigh.
The adductor magnus muscle contributes to pain in the groin, pelvic area, hip, and thigh. Trigger point pain can be sharp but it is most often a dull unrelenting ache. Pain and discomfort usually increase over time. In contrast, if you strain the muscle, pain and discomfort are felt the moment the strain occurs.
A quadriceps or quad repair is a surgical procedure to repair a ruptured quadriceps muscle. The quadriceps is a large muscle at the front of the thigh. The quadriceps is subdivided into four muscles. The rectus femoris is the muscle commonly involved in muscle strain injuries involving the quadriceps, because it crosses two joints (hip and the.
A torn or strained bicep, is an injury most often to the bicep tendon. The tendons at either end of the muscle can be torn, however, it is much more common for the tendon that attaches to the shoulder to tear or rupture. A complete rupture will cause the bicep tendon to detach from the bone.