chorda

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chorda

 [kor´dah] (pl. chor´dae) (L.)
a cord or sinew. adj., adj chor´dal.
chorda mag´na Achilles tendon.
chor´dae tendi´neae tendinous cords connecting the two atrioventricular valves to the appropriate papillary muscles in the heart ventricles.
Chordae tendineae of the posterior cusps of atrioventricular valves in a cross-section of the heart. From Dorland's, 2000.
chorda tym´pani a nerve originating from the facial nerve, distributed to the submandibular, sublingual, and lingual glands and the anterior two-thirds of the tongue; it is a parasympathetic and special sensory nerve.
chorda umbilica´lis umbilical cord.
chorda voca´lis vocal cord.

chor·da

, pl.

chor·dae

(kōr'dă, -dē), [TA]
A tendinous or a cord-like structure.
See also: cord.
[L., cord]

chor·da

, pl. chordae (kōr'dă, -dē) [TA]
A tendinous or a cordlike structure.
See also: cord
[L., cord]

chor·da

, pl. chordae (kōr'dă, -dē) [TA]
A tendinous or a cordlike structure.
[L., cord]