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Flexor and Extensor zone in Tendon Injury in Hand

Flexor and Extensor zone in Tendon Injury in Hand

Medical Study Notes
Flexor Zone for Tendon Injuries   Zone I contains only the FDP tendon and extends from the insertion of the FDP to the insertion of the FDS tendon. Zone II is the area extending from the insertion of the FDS tendon to the distal palmar crease (proximal end of the A1 pulley). This area is also known as 'No-Man's land', due to the shared flexor sheath and a higher risk of adhesions. Zone III is the palm area from the distal palmar crease (proximal end of the A1 pulley) to the distal border of the transverse carpal ligament. Zone IV is within the carpal tunnel. Zone V is proximal to the carpal tunnel in the distal forearm. (more…)

Orthopedics Lecture Notes

Orthopedic Slides
use ful collections of the orthopedic notes for the orthopedic studetns and the orthopedic doctors Orthopedics Lecture Notes 1 - General Complications of Fractures - 2 - Local Complications of Fractures - 3 - Late Complications of Fractures - 4 - Late Soft Tissue Complications - 5 - Hand Part1 - 6 - Hand Part2 - 6 - Hand Deformities, Fractures, and Palsy - 7 - Knee Joint - 8 - Pathology of The Knee  9 - Ankle & Foot  10 - Osteomyelitis  11 - Septic Arthritis  12 - Bone Tumors - 13 - Bone Cancer  14 - Metastatic Bone Tumors  15 - Hip Joint  16 - Hip Joint Disorders  17 - Developmental Dysplasia of The Hip 18 - Anatomy of The Spine  19 - The Spine - Hx & PE  20 - Scoliosis & Kyphosis  21 - Spondylolisthesis  22 - Shoulder Joint - 23 - Shoulder Dislocation  24 - The Elbow   25 -...