Definition of Aponeurotic. Meaning of Aponeurotic. Synonyms of Aponeurotic

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Definition of Aponeurotic

Aponeurotic
Aponeurotic Ap`o*neu*rot"ic, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to an aponeurosis.

Meaning of Aponeurotic from wikipedia

- the serratus posterior superior muscle Plantar aponeurosis Inguinal aponeurotic falx Bicipital aponeurosis Palatine aponeurosis Fascia Aponeurosis. Dictionary...
- The conjoint tendon (previously known as the inguinal aponeurotic falx) is a sheath of connective tissue formed from the lower part of the common aponeurosis...
- Superficial muscular aponeurotic system (SMAS) is an area of musculature of the face. This muscular system is mani****ted during facial cosmetic surgery...
- Aponeurotic fibroma (also known as "Calcifying aponeurotic fibroma," and "Juvenile aponeurotic fibroma") is characterized by a lesion that usually presents...
- canal, also known as the subsartorial canal or Hunter’s canal, is an aponeurotic tunnel in the middle third of the thigh. It extends from the apex of...
- eliminating the neurotransmitter. Ptosis may be due to a myogenic, neurogenic, aponeurotic, mechanical or traumatic cause, and it usually occurs isolated, but may...
- those who do not, namely the presence of aponeurotic extensions from the transversus abdominis aponeurotic arch. Abdominal wall hernia may occur due...
- fibers, directed downward (inferiorly) and forward (anteriorly), become aponeurotic at approximately the midclavicular line and form the anterior layer of...
- laterally, and posteriorly. The clavicular head is composed of fleshy and aponeurotic fibers, arises from the upper, frontal surface of the medial third of...
- mandibular symphysis. It belongs to the suprahyoid muscles group. A broad aponeurotic layer is given off from the tendon of the digastric muscle on either...