endotendineum

endotendineum

 [en″do-ten-din´e-um]
the delicate connective tissue separating the secondary bundles (fascicles) of a tendon.

en·do·ten·din·e·um

(en'dō-ten-din'ē-ŭm),
The fine connective tissue surrounding secondary fascicles of a tendon.
[endo- + L. tendon, tendon, + -eus, adj.; the whole, in its neuter form, used substantively]

endotendineum

/en·do·ten·din·e·um/ (en″do-ten-din´e-um) the delicate connective tissue separating the secondary bundles (fascicles) of a tendon.

en·do·ten·din·e·um

(en'dō-ten-din'ē-ŭm)
The fine connective tissue surrounding secondary fascicles of a tendon.
[endo- + L. tendon, tendon, + -eus, adj.; the whole, in its neuter form, used substantively]

endotendineum

the delicate connective tissue separating the secondary bundles (fascicles) of a tendon.