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Common digital extensor tendon rupture

Primary rupture is less common than secondary and may be due to excessive exercise and overstrain of the tendon. Ruptured CDET causes secondary tenosynovitis of the extensor tendon sheath. The ends of the tendon may subsequently proliferate and cause further swelling.

Updated by Graham Munroe BVSc PhD DESM CertEO DipECVS FRCVS

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