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Semimembranosus Tendons

Summary Information: Semimembranosus Tendons

Semimembranosus Tendons: The semimembranosus tendons are bands of connective tissue made of collagen that attach the paired semimembranosus muscles to bones. The semimembranosus tendons are one of the hamstring tendons and enable the contracting semimembranosus muscles to flex and rotate the knees, extend the hips, and tilt the pelvis.

Conditions that can afflict the semimembranosus tendons include hamstring origin tendonitis, tendonitis, tears, rupture, and strains.

Closely Related Organs: Semimembranosus Tendons

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Semimembranosus Tendons

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Sub Parts: Semimembranosus Tendons

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Semimembranosus Tendons

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