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Sharpey's Fibers

Summary Information: Sharpey's Fibers

Sharpey's Fibers: Sharpey's fibers are collagen fibers of connective tissue that extend form tendons and ligaments into the bones to which they attach. Sharpey's fibers pass through the periosteum and are strongly embedded within in the bone. Conditions that can afflict Sharpey's fibers include tendonitis, fractures, trauma, osteomyelitis, ruptured tendon, strains, sprains and tears.

Closely Related Organs: Sharpey's Fibers

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Sharpey's Fibers

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Sub Parts: Sharpey's Fibers

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Sharpey's Fibers

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