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Subclavius Tendons

Summary Information: Subclavius Tendons

Subclavius Tendons: The subclavius tendons are paired bands of connective tissue made of collagen that connect the subclavius muscles to bone. The subclavius tendons enable the contracting subclavius muscles to elevate the first ribs, pull down the clavicles and shoulder joints, and stabilize the sternoclavicular joints.

Conditions that can afflict the subclavius tendons include repetitive strain injury, tendonitis, tears, rupture, and strains.

Closely Related Organs: Subclavius Tendons

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Subclavius Tendons

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Sub Parts: Subclavius Tendons

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Subclavius Tendons

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