Jan-Wiebe H Korstanje

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Ultrasound can be used to study tendon movement. However, measurement of tendon movement is mostly based on manual tracking of anatomical landmarks such as the musculo-tendinous junction, limiting the applicability to a small number of muscle-tendon units. The aim of this study was to quantify tendon displacement without anatomical landmarks using a speckle(More)
PURPOSE Cadaver and in vivo studies report variable results for tendon excursion during active and passive hand movements. The purpose of this study was to measure long finger flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) tendon excursion during active and passive movement using high-resolution ultrasound images. METHODS The FDP tendon excursion was measured at the(More)
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