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tendinous

 [ten´dĭ-nus]
pertaining to, resembling, or of the nature of a tendon.

ten·di·nous

(ten'di-nŭs),
Relating to, composed of, or resembling a tendon.

tendinous

/ten·di·nous/ (ten´dĭ-nus) pertaining to, resembling, or of the nature of a tendon.

tendinous

(tĕn′də-nəs)
adj.
1. Of, having, or resembling a tendon.
2. Sinewy.

tendinous

See tendon.

ten·di·nous

(ten'di-nŭs)
Relating to, composed of, or resembling a tendon.

tendinous

relating to, or composed of, tendon

tendinous

pertaining to, resembling, or of the nature of a tendon.
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39) MR imaging is useful in presurgical planning of full-thickness tears, and the radiologist should report the degree of proximal re traction and the quality of the tendinous remnant (Figure 4).
The muscle belly of scalenus anterior can be clearly seen at the level of T1 soon after leaving the first rib, dividing at C7, and greatly diminished at C6 as it tapers and becomes tendinous towards its insertions into the cervical transverse processes (Figure 3).
48,57) Complete tears of the tendinous insertion can also be seen.
In cases of trauma with tendon retraction, the tendinous stumps should be identified and the protocol tailored to the clinical question, for example, by enlarging the field of view, substituting the coil, or complementation with forearm MRI.
The risk factors for calcific retropharyngeal tendinitis include chronic trauma, inflammation, and tendinous degeneration.
Furthermore, because walking propulsion force is developed by muscle tension and utilization of the elastic energy of the tendinous tissues (Fukunaga et al.
The origin then became fleshy from a narrow band just above the antitrochanter; these fleshy fibers attached deep to a strong tendinous raphe running ventrally from the iliac crest, to which also were strongly attached fibers from the cranial portion of M.
On re-operation, the initial repair was found to be intact, and a 3x5 cm defect was found in the left diaphragm, extending from the right crus transversely through the tendinous center.
will present a poster titled "Ultrasonographic Scan Evaluation of Synthetic Mesh Used for Vaginal Cystocele Repair Comparing Four Arms Transobturator Techniques to Anterior Bilateral Sacrospinous Ligament and Arcus Tendinous Suspension," during Poster Session 6 (Urodynamics and Imaging) at 5:10 p.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of both ankles (Figs 2 and 3) showed a large accessory soleus muscle between the flexor hallucis longus muscle belly and the Achilles tendon inserting onto the posteromedial edge of the calcaneus via a thin tendinous insertion.
A whaleman's nipper is a short firm strip of tendinous stuff cut from the tapering part of Leviathans tail: it averages an inch in thickness, and for the rest, is about the size of the iron part of a hoe.
40] also reported this phenomenon to be initiated from the tendinous sheath and the surrounding tissue.

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