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Muscle Insertion: A muscle insertion is a type of muscle attachment where a muscle is attached to a bone or body structure by a tendon. In contrast to a muscle origin, the bone or area of the muscle insertion moves with contraction of the muscle. Conditions that can afflict a muscle insertion include tendonitis, ruptured tendon, strains, sprains and tears.
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