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1A flexible but inelastic cord of strong fibrous collagen tissue attaching a muscle to a bone.
- ‘Never do any bouncing or jerky motions or you could strain or tear muscles, ligaments or tendons.’
- ‘Skeletal muscles are connected to the bones via tendons.’
- ‘Muscle, tendon, ligaments and cartilage all take considerable time to heal.’
- ‘Muscles, tendons and joints generally lose some strength and flexibility as you age.’
- ‘Muscles are attached to bones by tough bands of connective tissue called tendons.’
- ‘Ligaments, tendons and collagen depend on a steady intake of vitamin C to stay strong and healthy.’
- ‘Warming up properly is one of the best ways to avoid injuries to your muscles, ligaments and tendons.’
- ‘The tendon is the strong, white fibrous tissues that connect muscles to bones.’
- ‘Your rotator cuff is made up of the muscles and tendons in your shoulder.’
- ‘The pain you feel is at the point where the tendons from the forearm muscle attach to the bone.’
- ‘Collagen is the structural protein in skin, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and bones.’
- ‘Muscles, tendons and ligaments surrounding the spine form a strong, flexible and supportive structure.’
- ‘Each finger has two flexor tendons and one extensor tendon.’
- ‘Fibromyalgia is a common condition that causes pain in muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons.’
- ‘These injuries consist of tiny tears in parts of the tendons and muscle coverings.’
- ‘Ligaments and tendons can get stronger, but at a much slower rate than the muscles that surround them.’
- ‘Exercise without a proper warm-up is very taxing to the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints.’
- ‘The patella, or kneecap, is a floating bone within the tendon of the quadriceps muscle group.’
- ‘A physical examination will determine if damage to tissue, nerves, tendons, or bone has occurred.’
- ‘Local hospitals treated dozens of inflamed tendons and burst blood vessels.’
- 1.1The hamstring of a quadruped.
Late Middle English: from French or medieval Latin tendo(n-), translating Greek tenōn sinew from teinein to stretch.
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