What are all tendons in the human hand?
extensor digitorum, extensor indicis, extensor digiti minimi, flexor digitorum superficialis, and the flexor digitorum profundus. There are also extrinsic muscles that work only in the thumb; these include the flexor pollicis longus, extensor pollicis longus, extensor pollicis brevis, and adbuctor pollicis longus
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Largest Tendon in the Human Body It is the Achilles Heel.
4000 but the number can vary depending on the muslce type
tendons attach muscle to bones.
The Achilles Tendon
Yes and all tendons connect bone to muscle :)
A tendon connects muscle to bone.
Dupuytren's disease or Viking's disease
Tendons usually connect muscles to bone. They transfer the force of the muscle to the bone to move them. They are very strong and can also streatch slightly, so they also act …like shock absorbers.
The cream best suited would be SportsCreme or somthing that generates some heat. Then wear plain white cotton gloves to bed so you don't put you finger in your eye while aslee…p,or tennis wristband if it's just the wrist area.
Well, in short, yes. Microbes are so infinitely tiny that there are millions on a human hand at a time. Rarely, if ever, would you come in contact with just one microbe of a c…ertain genus. More likely you have hundreds of each different kind of microbe covering the surface of your skin.
It attaches the calf muscle to the back of the heel.
Scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate and hamate as Carpal bones. Then five metacarpals and the phalanges
tendons helps to attach muscles to the bones
The human body is made up of a large number of tendons. Everywhere where a bone is connected to muscle tissue a tendon will be found, so they are in every limb of the human bo…dy.
Tendons are immensely strong "cords" that connect bundles of musclefibers to a bone in order to move the bone on its joint. Ligaments,on the other hand, are similar to tendons…, but function to holdbone joints tightly together.