tenosuspension

tenosuspension

 [ten″o-sus-pen´shun]
attachment of the head of the humerus to the acromion by a strip of tendon; it is done for habitual dislocation of the shoulder.

ten·o·sus·pen·sion

(ten'ō-sŭs-pen'shŭn),
Using a tendon as a suspensory ligament, sometimes as a free graft or in continuity.

ten·o·sus·pen·sion

(ten'ō-sŭs-pen'shŭn)
Using a tendon as a suspensory ligament, sometimes as a free graft or in continuity.

tenosuspension

surgical attachment of the head of the humerus to the acromion by a strip of tendon; carried out as a treatment for habitual dislocation of the shoulder.