Hamstring tendons

Hamstring. Prominent tendons at the back of the knee. Each knee has a pair of hamstrings that connect to the muscles that flex the knee. The hamstring muscles, which bend at the knee, run along the back of the thigh from the hip to just below the knee.

Source: NIAMS (NIH)1

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Hamstring Tendons: A group of tendons that attach the Hamstring Muscles proximally to the Pelvis and to the Tibia and Fibula at the Knee Joint.2

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References

  1. Source: NIAMS (NIH): niams.nih.gov/ Health_Info/ Knee_Problems/ default.asp
  2. Source: MeSH (U.S. National Library of Medicine)

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