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Definition of Tenotomy

Tenotomy
Tenotomy Te*not"o*my, n. [Gr. te`nwn a tendon + te`mnein to cut.] (Surg.) The division of a tendon, or the act of dividing a tendon.

Meaning of Tenotomy from wikipedia

- A tenotomy is a surgical act which involves the division of a tendon. It and related procedures are also referred to as tendon release, tendon lengthening...
- Tenotomy scissors are surgical scissors used to perform delicate surgery. They can be straight or curved, and blunt or sharp, depending upon necessity...
- thus not ontogenetically related to the adductors. So-called adductor tenotomy (cutting the origin tendons of the adductor muscles of the thigh) and obturator...
- Clinical trials of a surgery to treat nystagmus (known as tenotomy) concluded in 2001. Tenotomy is now being performed regularly at numerous centres around...
- Like the DDFT tenotomy, the inferior check ligament desmotomy may also be used to treat laminitis, and is less aggressive than a DDFT tenotomy. It is also...
- children. One of the first surgical procedures developed was percutaneous tenotomy. This involved cutting a tendon, originally the Achilles tendon, to help...
- dissecting scissors, iris scissors, operating scissors, stitch scissors, tenotomy scissors, Metzenbaum scissors, plastic surgery scissors and Mayo scissors...
- this, a procedure called an Achilles tendon release (also called Achilles tenotomy) is performed. Before the procedure, many centers place the child under...
- hoof wall growth and improve alignment of the wall. Deep digital flexor tenotomy Because the rotation of P3 is exacerbated by continued pull on the deep...
- PMC 4526813. PMID 26300781. Frost A, Zafar MS, Maffulli N (April 2009). "Tenotomy versus tenodesis in the management of pathologic lesions of the tendon...
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