neurotendinous

neurotendinous

 [noor″o-ten´dĭ-nus]
pertaining to both nerve and tendon.

neu·ro·ten·di·nous

(nū'rō-ten'di-nŭs),
Relating to both nerves and tendons.

neurotendinous

/neu·ro·ten·di·nous/ (-ten´dĭ-nus) pertaining to both nerve and tendon.

neurotendinous

[-ten′dinəs]
Etymology: Gk, neuron, nerve; L, tendo, tendon
pertaining to both nerves and tendons.

neu·ro·ten·di·nous

(nūr'ō-ten'di-nŭs)
Relating to both nerves and tendons.

neurotendinous

pertaining to both nerve and tendon.
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Do not assume, however, that whenever there is a loss of skin sensation, there is an equal loss of proprioception, because the receptors for proprioception are in the muscles and neurotendinous organs (Santos, Bertato, Montebelo, & Guirro, 2008, p.