Because of one downvote, the question got removed after 30 days. I reposted it and it got downvoted then removed again after 30 after days. The mods don't want me to repost the question as such for a third time, because it has already been removed twice. Therefore I'd like to know how I can improve the question. Thanks!
The question's body was:
[Tendons] do not have a large blood supply.
Does any tendon in the human body receive a high amount of blood supply? E.g., one could define high as significantly higher than the median observed blood supplies across tendons. Or is the property of not receiving a large blood supply a constant across tendons in the human body?
The point at which the tendon forms attachment to the muscle is also known as the musculotendinous junction (MTJ) and the point at which it attaches to the bone is known as the osteotendinous junction (OTJ). Vascularity of a tendon is very important when considering the healing process. Blood supply from tendons can be split into two sources; the intrinsic and the extrinsic. The intrinsic sources are at the MTJ and the OTJ, while the extrinsic are at through the paratenon or the synovial sheath.The blood supply to specific areas are supplied by different sources. The intrinsic at the MTJ has been documented to extend into 1/3 of the tendon whereas the bloody supply originating from the OTJ is more avascular and is limited to the insertional point. This leave the extrinsic source to supply the mid portion of the tendon. Studies have shown that tendons have significantly reduced vascularity around bony pulleys.
I'd be interested to know how much blood supply variation there is between tendons.