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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]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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.
The hallmark of the disease is calcium hydroxyapatite deposition into the tendinous insertions of the longus colli musculature, a paired neck flexor, (1-3) which is not fully understood but thought to occur as a response to prior inflammation or infection, such as an upper respiratory infection, or trauma.
Sonography is useful in evaluating the elbow in athletes, particularly when it comes to assessing ligamentous and tendinous injuries, and identifying effusions.
The pericardium and tendinous part of diaphragm was treated either with 1% ionic or non-ionic biological detergents for 48 h.
The tendinous attachment at the tip of the coronoid process is also much more ossified in C.
Osteochondromas commonly arise along the side of tendon insertions, with the direction of growth following the line of the tendinous pull.
2005) Muscle performance during maximal isometric and dynamic contractions is influenced by stiffness of the tendinous structures.
The main objective of this sensory-manipulation condition was to alter the proprioceptive information by means of tendinous vibratory stimuli, which modulate Ia afferences [23-24].
The tendinous part of the ventriculus is not recommended as an incision site because of the high tension on this area.

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