Complete or incomplete muscle breaks
rarely observed and usually occur with a strong and rapid reduction, when lifting heavy weights or when falling. Pathologically altered muscles are more often torn. With a complete break in the muscle, there is a divergence of its contracted ends. The main symptoms are pain, hemorrhage and a transverse muscle defect when palpating. Rest, immobilization of the limb, cold to the area of injury, and then physiotherapy and physiotherapy exercises - treatment of incomplete muscle ruptures. Complete breaks are treated promptly.
Fall, weight lifting, etc. can lead to rupture of the tendon or to its separation from the place of attachment with a piece of bone. Spastic muscle contraction leads to a significant divergence of the ends of a torn tendon. Surgical treatment. Isolated nerve ruptures are extremely rare, more often with dislocations of large joints.