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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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Effects of ultrasonic therapy on the healing of experimental tendinous injuries in dogs.
In the Dutch criteria, (22) points take into consideration family history of hyperlipidemia or heart disease, clinical characteristics such as tendinous xanthomata, elevated LDL cholesterol, and/ or an identified mutation.
Osteochondromas commonly arise along the side of tendon insertions, with the direction of growth following the line of the tendinous pull.
It arises by two heads, a medial rounded and tendinous sternal head (SH) and a lateral fleshy clavicular head (CH).
In some patients, a discrete tendinous slip can arise from a position superior to the bony pelvis, (2) and this slip may snap on the iliopectineal ridge.
Osteochondrosis of the tibial tuberosity (Osgood-Schlatter disease) and osteochondrosis of the patella (Sinding-Larsen-Johansson syndrome) occur at tendinous insertions into the patella at the distal and proximal levels, respectively.
A few eponyms are named after him: Camper's facial angle, Camper's chiasma, Tendinous chiasm of the digital tendons.
The significance of the case was of the high recurrence rate with 7 attempts at excision before amputation was undertaken due to involvement of neurovascular and tendinous structures.
Regenerative Medicine for Tendinous and Ligamentous Injuries of Sport Horses.
An approximately 7 mm thick tendinous bundle of the temporalis muscle is anastomosed to the palmaris longus or fascia lata graft using Brand's method.
Certain MRI changes that occur in isolation are not diagnostic of OA, including cartilage loss; change in cartilage composition; cystic change and development of bone marrow lesions; and ligamentous, tendinous, and meniscal damage.
Most frequently, EMC arises from striated muscle, tendinous structures or deep subcutis.

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