Tendon - Extensor Repair
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Tendon - Extensor Repair

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Tendon exposure

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Mark the incision lines on the skin while bearing the laceration in mind.

Tendon exposure

To avoid contractures postoperatively, a transverse or obliquely running incision should be made. A Z-shaped incision can be made to achieve exposure on the tendon and to assess the extent of the injury.

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