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How to cure a tendinopathy? Diagnosis and treatment

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Some factors such as the difficulty of directly observing a tendinopathy complicate the patient’s recovery process. Today there are two alternatives offered by medicine to be able to know in detail what happens inside an injury. On the one hand, there is medical imaging technology, with tests such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or ultrasound that allow specialists to visualize the internal architecture of a tendon or muscle. On the other hand, the biomarkers that allow to know the degree of an injury as well as the rhythm of the recovery process. Two very interesting techniques that the Barça Innovation Hub collects in the article it publishes on its website under the title Monitoring tendinopathy state and its recovery process.

Any of these diagnostic techniques combined with the regenerative therapy being developed by the TriAnkle project could successfully solve the recovery process of a patient with an ankle injury.

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