The origin refers to the muscle attachment that is more stable. The tendon that attaches the muscle to its origin can be called the origin tendon,
the origin of few and far between is that a little goes along way
Nationality is where you were born, and national origin is where your family came from originally (i.e. your background).
An avulsion fracture is when you pull a ligament or tendon from a bone and a piece of that bone comes with it. It is not actually a "fracture". A fracture is a break.
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In the front are the Brachialis, behind is the Triceps and Anconaeus, lterally are the Supinator and the commonj tendon of origin of the extensor muscles and medially is the common tendon of origin of the flexor muscles.
difference between the origin bendon and the insertion tendon
A musculotendinous junction; for example, a muscle "becomes" a tendon and the tendon is what connects to the bone at the muscles origin/insertion.
tendon attachment that doesnt move
An aponeurosis is a large sheet of tendon. It depends on which one you are referring to as to origin and insertion. The thoracolumbar aponeurosis, for example, has many insertions, mainly on the latissimus dorsi muscle and its main origin is the spine and sacrum.
Alright, now that the riff-raff is outta the way - Origin is the attachment of a muscle (tendon) that is stationary. Insertion is at the other end of the muscle that is attached to a movable bone, also with a tendon. Hoped that helps.
It's a Flexor Tendon.
'-rraphy' refers to the repair of a structure either damaged or congenital. For example a repair of a damaged tendon would be a tendorraphy.