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 Which tendon is the conjoined tendon?

Answer A conjoined tendon also known as an inguinal falx, is the tendon formed from the transversus abdominis that is inserted into the crest and spine of the pecten pubis. The conjoined tendon forms the ... Read More »
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What is the achilles tendon?

The Achilles tendon is one of the body's most vital ligaments in day-to-day functioning. It is also one of the ligaments most at risk of injury.IdentificationThe Achilles tendon is a fibrous tissue... Read More »
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What Is a Split Tendon?

Tendons are stretchy bands of tissue that connect muscles to bones. They consist of several individual strands of tissue, known as fibers. The more a tendon is used, the quicker these fibers tend t... Read More »
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What is the function of Achilles tendon?

The Achilles tendon connects the two muscles of the calf---the gastrocnemius and the soleus---to the heel bone. The plantaris muscle, a very small muscle of the calf, also connects to the Achilles ... Read More »
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What is an Achilles tendon repair?

The Achilles tendon attaches the muscles of your lower leg to your heel. If you overwork or overstretch the Achilles tendon, it can break or rupture, requiring a repair.SymptomsPatients who experie... Read More »
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