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A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 3.2004 meters.
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This supports our hypothesis that repair of acute degenerative tear of the Achilles tendon with peroneus brevis tendon augmentation could be successfully performed through a miniopen technique with minimization of wound complications.
Surgical treatment can either be percutaneous tenorraphy of the Achilles tendon having fewer skin infections but a little higher rate of re-rupture1 or open surgical treatment which carries a limited risk of re-rupture but a greater risk of infection and wound healing problems3,11,12.
The Achilles tendon can withstand very strong forces - up to 500 kg when you're hopping, for example - and you might think that it would be exposed to minor injuries all the time, thus requiring constant repair and renewal," Katja Heinemeier, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen said.
a nodule or lump in the Achilles tendon, 2-4cm above the heel.
This case study was conducted to chronicle the conservative treatment and management of a 77-year old female patient presenting with chronic pain in the midportion of the achilles tendon, diagnosed as ATY.
In the present case, due to cicatrisation of fibrous tissue at the healed tendon, there was shrinkage of the posterior aspect of the hock at the achilles tendon (Fig.
The continuity of the Achilles tendon is made by positioning the fasciocutaneous flap between its edges.
The Achilles tendon were severed completely in longitudinal fashion and splitted using B.
Ultrasound of Achilles tendon was done, keeping patient in prone position by using Pro Sound SSD 5500 Toshiba ultrasonographic machine with high frequency probe (7.
He said: "Julie's ruptured Achilles tendon injury required a complete Achilles reconstruction, which is one of the most challenging rehabilitation programmes for any patient of any age.
On a separate day, an MRI scanner took images of each man's heels and Achilles tendons.
The England midfielder suffered a torn Achilles tendon playing for AC Milan Sunday and looks certain to miss this year s World Cup.