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Inleiding

  • Koos van Nugteren
Chapter
Part of the Orthopedische casuïstiek book series (OPC)

Samenvatting

Hoofdstuk 1 vormt de inleiding van het boek over peesaandoeningen. Dit hoofdstuk bevat de meest relevante basiskennis over pezen en peesaandoeningen. Eerst wordt de opbouw van een pees beschreven en geïllustreerd. Daarna volgt een overzicht van de meest voorkomende aandoeningen die een pees kunnen treffen. Behandeld worden achtereenvolgens de traumatische tendinitis, de ruptuur, de tendinitis door overbelasting, de tendinitis calcarea, auto-immuun tendinitiden, tendinose, enthesitis, apofysitis, het frictiesyndroom en de peesschedeontsteking.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Koos van Nugteren
    • 1
  1. 1.Beek-Berg en DalNederland

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