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What Is A Ruptured 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

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