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ten·di·nous

 (tĕn′də-nəs)
adj.
1. Of, having, or resembling a tendon.
2. Sinewy.

[New Latin tendō, tendin-, tendon (alteration of Medieval Latin tendō, tendōn-; see tendon) + -ous.]

tendinous

(ˈtɛndɪnəs)
adj
(Anatomy) of, relating to, possessing, or resembling tendons; sinewy
[C17: from New Latin tendinōsus, from Medieval Latin tendō tendon]

ten•di•nous

(ˈtɛn də nəs)

adj.
1. of the nature of or resembling a tendon.
2. consisting of tendons.
[1650–60; < New Latin tendin- (replacing Medieval Latin tendōn-), s. of tendō tendon + -ous]
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Adj.1.tendinous - consisting of tendons or resembling a tendontendinous - consisting of tendons or resembling a tendon
Translations

ten·di·nous

a. tendinoso-a, rel. a o semejante a un tendón.
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At the middle of the forehead horizontally subdivide this upper quoin, and then you have two almost equal parts, which before were naturally divided by an internal wall of a thick tendinous substance.
blindness of the Asphalax, a Gnawer living under ground, and of the Proteus, a reptile living in dark caverns filled with water; in both of which animals the eye is in an almost rudimentary state, and is covered by a tendinous membrane and skin.
MRI may be useful in detecting concomitant soft tissue and tendinous injury.
The Achilles tendon (AT) is one of the thickest and strongest tendons in the body which is formed from the tendinous contributions of the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles coalescing approximately 15 cm proximal to its insertion.
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Rotation Medical's rotator cuff implant, a commercially available breakthrough technology with clinical evidence that demonstrates the ability to induce the growth of new tendinous tissue that results in increased tendon thickness and healing of tendon defects, passed the US Food and Drug Administration's approval in 2014.
This indicates that involvement in dance is a potential stimulus for enhanced muscular and tendinous function similar to that observed in elite and recreational jumping athletes.
Pseudotumour involves the tendinous portion unlike Graves' which involves the bellies.
Effect of extracorporeal shock wave therapy on the biochemical composition and metabolic activity of tenocytes in normal tendinous structures in ponies.
The tendinous arch of the pelvic fascia (white line) was touched by sharp and blunt separation of the vesicovaginal space.
The differential diagnosis should include lumbar radiculopathy, post-traumatic intraneural hemorrhage, and nerve compression near the tendinous arch located at the fibular insertion of the peroneal longus due to muscle and nerve tumors, including schwannoma, neurofibroma, sarcoma, and myxoma.
Muscle performance during maximal isometric and dynamic contractions is influenced by the stiffness of the tendinous structures.

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