By Jan Friden
Lower than the auspices of the Federation of ecu Societies for surgical procedure of the Hand, Dr Friden has the following assembled a set of foreign specialists to aspect the sensible and surgical implications of tendon transfers in a few varied scientific eventualities.
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J Hand Surg 1980; 5A: 396–401 Huber E. Hilfsoperation bei Median Uhlahmung. Dtsch Arch Klin Med 1921; 136: 271 Smith RJ. Extensor carpi radialis brevis tendon transfer for thumb adduction – a study of power pinch. J Hand Surg 1983; 8 (1): 4–15 Smith RJ, Hastings HI. Principles of tendon transfers to the hand. AAOS Instruc Course Lect 1980; 29: 129 Smith RJ. Tendon transfers to restore wrist and digit extension. In Smith RJ, ed. Tendon Transfers of the Hand and Forearm. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1987: 35–56 Riordan DC.
C) Cross-sectional area versus fiber length: scatter plot of fiber lengths versus physiological cross-sectional area of selected upperextremity muscles. Adapted from reference 1. 0 Muscle Figure 2 Architectural features of intrinsic muscles of the hand. (a) Intrinsic muscle lengths. (b) Intrinsic muscle fiber length. (c) Intrinsic muscle mass. (d) Intrinsic muscle cross-sectional area. (e) Intrinsic muscle fiber length/muscle ratios. Adapted from reference 17. Bars represent mean + standard deviation.
Skeletal muscle recovery after tenotomy and 7-day delayed muscle length restoration. Muscle Nerve 2000; 23: 707–14 3 Basic principles in tendon transfer surgery Michael J Botte, Lorenzo L Pacelli BIOMECHANICS AND APPLIED ANATOMY OVERVIEW A tendon transfer is the operative relocation of a (donor) muscle, along with its neurovascular structures, to a different (recipient) anatomical site in order to achieve or augment a lost function. The procedure involves detaching the tendon insertion, mobilizing the muscle and reattaching the distal tendon into a recipient tendon or bone insertion site.