Why Could a Tendon Be Used to Replace a Ligament?

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A tendon could be used to replace a ligament because both are formed due to collagen cells. The cells are produced by proteins in the body. Both can adapt to one another.
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Both are formed from chains of collagen cells produced by proteins
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ligaments attach bone to bone. tendons attach muscle to bone.
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Your symptoms don't sound like a sprain. You may have a fractured fibula (bone on the outside of your lower leg) and a nerve injury/ stretch or bruise. See a doctor for an examination
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