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Application of finite element analysis for comparing the strength of extensor tendon suture techniques in the proximal interphalangeal joint

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3 Author(s)
de Leon, D.G. ; Sch. of Med., State Univ. of New York, Stony Brook, NY, USA ; Adrezin, R.S. ; Wang, F.S.

The complete severance of the extensor mechanism in the proximal interphalangeal joint is a difficult injury to treat successfully. In this study, the applicability of finite element analysis for comparing the strength of various types of repair was investigated. Load-deflection tests were performed on severed tendons that were repaired using the standard and Snow method, and the results were compared with the maximum stresses associated with the load-deflection characteristics of the finite element models of these repairs. The results from both set of tests were found to agree qualitatively

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Bioengineering Conference, 1999. Proceedings of the IEEE 25th Annual Northeast

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8-9 Apr 1999

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