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02-14-2013, 01:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Nsjohn130 View Post
(I do have some extensive knowledge in this area)

If the laceration is more proximal to the muscle belly, the chance for optimum healing to occur is greater than distal. This is because the connective tissue that tendons are made of are not very vascular (although more so than cartilage and ligaments) which limits the healing process , and the closer you are to vasculature, i.e. the muscle fiber itself, the more nutrient, hormone, and other chemical exchange can take place.

Let's hope this is the case.
I understood a few of those words.

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