Jurnalul de Chirurgie
 Jurnalul de chirurgie
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FUNCTIONAL REEDUCATION SPECIAL FEATURES OF HAND FLEXOR TENDONS. ANALYSIS OF 112 PATIENTS
I.Ţopa (*), T.Stamate
(*) PhD student „Gr.T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iaşi
Plastic Surgery Clinic
„Gr.T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iaşi
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2011; 7 (3): 408-416
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Abstract:

Functional reeducation in "no man's land" areas represents a challenge for the hand therapist, the large number of therapeutically protocols with the comparable results pose questions about how to understand, to choose and to apply theme. This variation guides us to combine some protocols for find the best solution in tendinous lesions without associated injury (nerve, vessel, bone). Methods: This study compare the functional results between  Kleinert, Silfverkiöld-May, Gratton protocols associated with tenodesis movements (Cooney protocol) and Strickland protocol towards evaluate them by interconnection and with the literature. The patients were evaluated regarding TAM, grip strength, finger dexterity and disability in daily living activities at 8 weeks postoperative. Results: We studied 112 patients consecutives and who not suffered tendons ruptures and found the best results to Strickland group followed by Silfverkiöld and May, Gratton and Kleinert groups. Conclusion: For the lesions tendinous injury in zone II, our first is to use the therapeutically indication Strickland protocol.

KEY WORDS: FUNCTIONAL REEDUCATION, FLEXOR TENDONS, ZONE II, TENDON LESIONS

Correspondence to: Ionuţ Ţopa, MD, Plastic Surgery Clinic, St. Spiridon University Hospital – Copou department, Str. Gen. Berthelot, nr.2, Iaşi, e-mail:



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