How Do You Test A FDP Tendon?
The flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) is a muscle that has 4 tendons with one tendon attaching to the end of each finger on the palm side of the hand. A ruptured FDP tendon results in a person being unable to actively bend the end of their finger
Flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) tendons FDP tendons help bend the index, middle, ring, and small fingers at the fingertip joint. The muscle that moves these tendons is a common muscle belly shared by all the fingers. ... The four tendons glide in sheaths along the hand and fingers and insert into the fingertip bone