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Ein Sehnenriss oder eine Sehnenruptur ist ein Einriss oder eine Zerreißung (Ruptur) einer Sehne bei plötzlicher Überbelastung der Sehne oder ruckartiger Kontraktion des zugehörigen Muskels.

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