Tendons In The Body

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Tendon, tissue that attaches a muscle to other body parts, usually bones. Tendons are the connective tissues that transmit the mechanical force of muscle contraction to the bones; the tendon is firmly connected to muscle fibres at one end and to components of the bone at its other end. Tendons are

Tendons are made out collagen that supplies them with strength and nutrition. Tendons work along with the muscles, and they are found all over the body. It has to stay with the muscle to protect and keep it connected to the bone. There are several important tendons in the body, and some of them are discussed below.

Tendons In The Body



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