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 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 »

Can a dog's tendon heal on its own?

On One Hand: Under 35 PoundsIf the dog with the tendon injury is under 35 pounds, surgical repairs may not be necessary. The dog should be kept quiet for a period of time that can be determined by ... Read More »

Where is the Achilles tendon?

The Achilles tendon is located on the back of the foot. It is the tendon that connects the heel to the calf muscles. It helps us walk, run and jump. It is a common site for injuries such as tendini... Read More »

Where is the hamstring tendon?

Hamstring muscles are located in the thigh and are attached to hamstring tendons in the back of the knee. Hamstring tendons can become torn or sprained from injury. Sharp pain, swelling and tendern... Read More »