fasciodesis

fasciodesis

 [fas″e-od´ĕ-sis]
suture of a fascia to skeletal attachment.

fas·ci·od·e·sis

(fas'ē-od'ĕ-sis),
Surgical attachment of a fascia to another fascia or a tendon.
[fascio- + G. desis, a binding together]

fasciodesis

/fas·ci·od·e·sis/ (fas″e-od´ĭ-sis) suture of a fascia to skeletal attachment.

fasciodesis

[fā′sē·ōdē′sis]
a surgical procedure in which a fascia is attached to another fascia or to a tendon.

fasciodesis

Orthopedics The surgical anchoring of a fascia to another or to a tendon

fas·ci·od·e·sis

(fash-ē-od'ĕ-sis)
Surgical attachment of a fascia to another fascia or a tendon.
[fascio- + G. desis, a binding together]

fasciodesis

suture of a fascia to skeletal attachment.