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tendo flexorius communis (par)

Official Latin term tendo flexorius communis (par)
Official subsidiary term common flexor tendon (pair)
Unit identifier TAH:U15307
Unit type pair
Materiality material
Link to the unit tendo flexorius communis (par)
Links of entity generic: tendo flexorius communis
Entity-oriented links Universal page Definition page
External links FMA
Partonomic links Level 2: systema musculare membri superioris Short Extended
Level 3: musculi membri superioris (par) Short Extended
Level 4: musculi partis superficialis compartimenti antebrachii anterioris (par)
Taxonomic links Level 2: complexus partium organi Short Extended
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The tendo flexorius communis is the common tendon for the superficial flexors of the forearm coming from the medial epicondyle of the humerus. The musculus flexor digitorum superficialis separates into superficial and deep parts, giving rise to tendons to the 3rd and 4th, and 2nd and 5th fingers, respectively. These tendons have been included.
Date: 02.01.2023