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  • Answer: Because they are surrounded by a capsule which contains synovialfluid, which acts as a lubricant.
  • Answer: A tendon (or sinew) is a tough cord or band of dense white fibrousconnective tissue that unites a muscle with some other part (oftena bone) and transmits the force which the muscle exerts. Use thelinks below to check facts and learn more.
  • Answer: The human body contains many tendons. Tendons attach skeletonmuscles to bone. Ligaments, on the other hand, attach bones toother bones.
  • Answer: Always!
  • Answer: If you have a tendon that tears and cannot be repaired then it must be replaced. A plastic ops tendon may be used in place of the original tendon if necessary.
  • Answer: Put in a tub of blood and guacamole.

    Another Answer:
    I have no idea what you mean by your question, "How do you cure a tendon." Every muscle in your body is attached to a bone or another muscle by a tendon. The treatment could vary depending on the particular tendon and the type of problem. In some cases for certain situations with particular tendons, a new treatment has worked wonders.
    If you say, "I have a headache," No one would know if it is sinus, tension, or a brain concussion. Each has a different treatment.

    Some tendons require surgery. In other cases, it may not be the tendon.
  • Answer: Usually a scalpel is used to cut a tendon when doing surgery.
  • Answer: ANSWER: No. Just like a torn muscle, it has to be surgically reconnected._____________________This is tricky, if it was only cut or torn a minute amount then it can rebuild itself just like a muscle. If it was severed then it needs to be operated on.
  • Answer: A tendon is a tissue made up of collagen that is flexible andattaches muscle to bone. Tendons are very strong and inelastic.
  • Answer: A tendon is what connects a muscle to a bone.
  • Answer: The largest and thickest tendon in the human body is the Achillestendon. This tendon is located at the back of the ankle andconnects the calf muscle to the actual bone of the heel.
  • Answer: The proper term is "Calcaneal Tendon" (the anatomical name). The common name is "Achiles Tendon", which is the strongest tendon in the body.

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  • Answer: The patella is the round bone on the anterior of the knee. You can palpate the surface of the knee and you can gently shift the patella bone side to side. The insertion of the patella bone is quadricep ligament which attaches to the proximal end of the tibia. The origin of the patella is the quadricep tendon. The quadriceps consist of four muscles: rectus femoris, vastus intermedius, vastus medialis, and the vastus lateralis.

Membrane type in joints bursae and tendon sheaths?

  • The membrane type that is in joints, bursae and tendon sheaths isdescribed as synovial. Synovial membrane is also referred to asstratum synoviale.

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