Definition of Aponeurosis. Meaning of Aponeurosis. Synonyms of Aponeurosis

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Definition of Aponeurosis

Aponeurosis
Aponeurosis Ap`o*neu*ro"sis, n.; pl. Aponeuroses. [Gr. ?, fr. ? to pass into a tendon; ? from + ? to strain the sinews, ? sinew, tendon, nerve.] (Anat.) Any one of the thicker and denser of the deep fasci[ae] which cover, invest, and the terminations and attachments of, many muscles. They often differ from tendons only in being flat and thin. See Fascia.

Meaning of Aponeurosis from wikipedia

- Inguinal aponeurotic falx Bicipital aponeurosis Palatine aponeurosis Fascia Aponeurosis. Dictionary at Google.com. "aponeurosis" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary...
- fascia on the dorsum of the hand. Palmar aponeurosis Palmar aponeurosis Palmar aponeurosis Palmar aponeurosis This article incorporates text in the public...
- The epicranial aponeurosis (aponeurosis epicranialis, galea aponeurotica) is an aponeurosis (a tough layer of dense fibrous tissue) which covers the upper...
- plantar fascia is actually an aponeurosis rather than true fascia. The Dorland’s Medical Dictionary defines an aponeurosis as: (i) a white, flattened or...
- The bicipital aponeurosis (also known as lacertus fibrosus) is a broad aponeurosis of the biceps brachii, which is located in the cubital fossa of the...
- the hard palate is a thin, firm, fibrous lamella called the palatine aponeurosis, which supports the muscles and gives strength to the soft palate. It...
- layer is derived from the external oblique aponeurosis and the anterior lamina of the internal oblique aponeurosis. The posterior layer is made up of the...
- The aponeurosis of the abdominal external oblique muscle is a thin but strong membranous structure, the fibers of which are directed downward and medially...
- The Subsca****r aponeurosis is a fibrous membrane that lines the subsca****r fossa of the sca****....
- covered by the gluteus maximus, its anterior two-thirds by the gluteal aponeurosis, which separates it from the superficial fascia and integument. The gluteus...
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