subtendinous

sub·tend·i·nous

(sŭb-tend'i-nŏs),
Deep to a tendon; typically used in relationship to bursae.
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A subtendinous bursa of the ATT tendon was found in 8 feet (19.5%).
A subtendinous bursa has been detected in 17.3% of cases by Brenner [1].
Such variant can be denominated as the subtendinous posterior humeral circumflex artery (arteria circumflexa humeri posterior subtendinea), conjoint with the profundocircumflex trunk (truncus profundocircumflexus) to describe all the peculiarities and to avoid any possible misnomers.