peritendineum

peritendineum

 [per″ĭ-ten-din´e-um]
connective tissue investing larger tendons and extending between the fibers composing them.
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pe·ri·ten·din·e·um

, pl.

pe·ri·ten·di·ne·a

(per'i-ten-din'ē-ŭm, -ē-ă),
One of the fibrous sheaths surrounding the primary bundles of fibers in a tendon.
[L. fr. peri- + L. tendo (tendin'), tendon]
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pe·ri·ten·din·e·um

, pl. peritendinea (per'i-ten-din'ē-ŭm, -ă)
One of the fibrous sheaths surrounding the primary bundles of fibers in a tendon.
[L. fr. peri- + L. tendo, tendon]
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