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  • the Achilles(') tendon
  • アキレス腱
  • Allosaurus was one of only two theropods examined in the study to exhibit a tendon avulsion, and in both cases the avulsion occurred on the forelimb.
  • Wikipedia: Allosaurus
  • Although he escaped, Bronstein needed to have several tendons in his foot reattached surgically.
  • Wikipedia: Komodo dragon
  • By comparison, rock wallabies, such as the yellow-footed rock-wallaby, have traded efficient energy saving for greater tendon thickness; an adaption for steep rocky terrain as it allows them to leap higher and lowers the risk of their tendons rupturing.
  • Wikipedia: Tammar wallaby
  • David said the scars Jamal presented as bullet wounds from the 2000 incident were actually scars from a tendon repair operation that David performed in 1994.
  • Wikipedia: Muhammad al-Durrah incident
  • Despite having a torn tendon in his right ankle and blood seeping through his sock, Schilling started Game 2 for the Red Sox.
  • Wikipedia: 2004 World Series
  • Firmilianus cut the tendons on their left feet, blinded their right eyes, and sent them to the mines of Palestine.
  • Wikipedia: Diocletianic Persecution
  • Hadrosaurids had slim hands with short fingers, making their forelimbs ineffective for propulsion, and the tail was also not useful for propulsion because of the ossified tendons that increased its rigidity, and the poorly developed attachment points for muscles that would have moved the tail from side to side.
  • Wikipedia: Edmontosaurus
  • In 2001, Bruce Rothschild and others published a study examining evidence for stress fractures and tendon avulsions in theropod dinosaurs and the implications for their behavior.
  • Wikipedia: Tarbosaurus
  • In 2001, Bruce Rothschild and others published a study examining evidence for stress fractures and tendon avulsions in theropod dinosaurs and the implications for their behavior.
  • Wikipedia: Albertosaurus
  • In particular, a strained achilles tendon restricted his speed and penetration, particularly in the lead-up to the opening Test.
  • Wikipedia: Ian Meckiff
  • It appears that most Archaeopteryx specimens became embedded in anoxic sediment after drifting some time on their back in the sea — the head and neck and the tail are generally bent downwards, which suggests that the specimens had just started to rot when they were embedded, with tendons and muscle relaxing so that the characteristic shape of the fossil specimens was achieved.
  • Wikipedia: Archaeopteryx
  • It had a long tail stiffened by ossified tendons that prevented it from drooping.
  • Wikipedia: Lambeosaurus
  • It had short, broad, five-fingered hands, four-toed feet with hoof-like toe tips, and a long tail braced by ossified tendons from the middle back to the tip, which would have reduced the flexibility of the tail.
  • Wikipedia: Thescelosaurus
  • Long bony projections (prezygapophyses) on the upper surfaces of the vertebrae, as well as ossified tendons underneath.
  • Wikipedia: Velociraptor
  • Other historical treatments for polio include hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, massage and passive motion exercises, and surgical treatments, such as tendon lengthening and nerve grafting.
  • Wikipedia: Poliomyelitis
  • Other methods commonly practised in Europe included severing the tendons at the knees or placing poppy seeds, millet, or sand on the ground at the grave site of a presumed vampire; this was intended to keep the vampire occupied all night by counting the fallen grains, indicating an association of vampires with arithmomania.
  • Wikipedia: Vampire
  • Perching birds have a tendon locking mechanism that helps them hold on to the perch when they are asleep.
  • Wikipedia: Bird
  • Several long, thin bones identified on the blocks as ossified tendons (structures that helped stiffen the tail of Deinonychus) turned out to actually represent gastralia (abdominal ribs).
  • Wikipedia: Deinonychus
  • She took on the role late in the rehearsal process when the actress Judi Dench had to withdraw due to a torn Achilles tendon.
  • Wikipedia: Elaine Paige
  • The Devils' season looked to be in jeopardy after Brodeur tore a biceps tendon in November and was sidelined for four months, but strong play by scoring leader Zach Parise and backup goalie Clemmensen kept the Devils atop the NHL standings.
  • Wikipedia: New Jersey Devils
  • The film was an intensely physical production, and Butler pulled an arm tendon and developed foot drop.
  • Wikipedia: 300 (film)
  • The foot is in a skeletal state, with only scraps of skin and tendons.
  • Wikipedia: Dodo
  • The hand and finger bones of Majungasaurus, like other carnotaurines, lacked the characteristic pits and grooves where claws and tendons would normally attach, and its finger bones were fused together, indicating that the hand was immobile.
  • Wikipedia: Majungasaurus
  • The legs are clean, with broad, flat knees and powerful hocks, showing clear definition of tendons and ligaments.
  • Wikipedia: Haflinger
  • The researchers concluded that Sue's tendon avulsion was probably obtained from struggling prey.
  • Wikipedia: Tyrannosaurus
  • The surgeon tended the compound spiral fracture and bound together the bone with kangaroo tendon.
  • Wikipedia: Ernest Hemingway
  • This organ was more or less straight, as shown by the skeletons he was excavating, and the presence of ossified tendons.
  • Wikipedia: Iguanodon
  • Up to 10% of chronically infected individuals develop neuritis that results in altered tendon reflexes and sensory impairment.
  • Wikipedia: Chagas disease