tendon

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Diş Hekimliği) Kas liflerini kemiğe veya başka bir yapıya bağlayan, tutturan fibröz bağ dokusu; kiriş
(Tıp) lif
kiriş
anat
{i} tendon
kasların kemiklere yapışmasını sağlayan yapılar
sinir
tendon reflex veter üzerine vurulunca kasın mukabil hareketi
(Tıp) Veter, kiriş, kasların kemiklere yapışmasını sağlayan yapılar, tendo
tendon inflammation
tendon zedelenmesi
tendon sheath
tendon kılıfının
tendon injuries
(Tıp) tendon yaralanmaları
tendons
(Tıp) tendonlar

Tendonlar ve bağlar düşündüğünüzden daha kırılgandır. - Tendons and ligaments are more fragile than you might think.

Güçlü tendonlar olmadan büyük kasların kullanımı yoktur. - Without strong tendons, large muscles are of no use.

achilles tendon
ökçe kirişi
achilles' tendon
(biyol.) ökçe veteri
achilles' tendon
Aşil kirişi
achilles tendon (anatomy)
Asıl tendon (anatomi)
Achilles tendon
ökçe veteri
Achilles tendon
aşil kirişi
achilles tendon
(Tıp) Aşil kirişi, ökçe kirişi (baldır üçbaşlı kasına ait kiriş), tendo calcaneus
conjoined tendon
(Anatomi) bitişik kiriş
cooper tendon
(Tıp) cooper tendonu
flank tendon
(Veteriner) böğür kirişi
Englisch - Englisch
A tough band of inelastic fibrous tissue that connects a muscle with its bony attachment
{n} sinew, a general ligature of joints
n Band of fiber that connects muscle to bone
A tough insensible cord, bundle, or band of fibrous connective tissue uniting a muscle with some other part; a sinew
A cord of fibrous tissue that connects a muscle with another part (such as a bone) and transmits the force of a muscle
A cord of fibrous tissue that connects a muscle with another part (such as a bone), and transmits the force of the muscle
a cord that connects muscle to bone or other tissue
a band of dense fibrous tissue forming the termination of a muscle and attaching the muscle to bone U V
Connective tissue serving for the attachment of muscles to bones and other parts
A flat fibrous structure in the body that connects a muscle to bone They are composed of parallel collagen fibers and because they require little blood supply, they appear whitish, much like a ribbon Tendons and tendon sheaths can become irritated from repeated exertions in certain postures, and from mechanical stress Tendon disorders can affect the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder Symptoms usually involve a dull ache, with occasional swelling, in the affected area Moving or exerting force often makes these symptoms worse Recovery from these conditions is often very slow
– thick band of tissue that attaches muscle to bone
A stringy tissue that connects muscle to bone Four tendons collectively form the rotator cuff
Tough fibrous cord attaching muscle to bone
is a projection on the end of a piece of wood shaped for insertion into a mortise The technique used in construction of post and beam structures
Band of fibrous tissue by which muscle is attached to bone
tough, connective tissue that attach muscles to a joint
Tough tissue that connects a muscle with a bone
The cord that attaches a muscle to a bone
a tough cord or band of dense white fibrous connective tissue that unites a muscle with some other part
[from theLatin tendo, to stretch]: Strong fibrous tissue which connects muscle to bone Tendons function primarily to facilitate movement Tendons slide within lubricated sheaths, are inelastic, and are subject to sprains and ruptures
a cord or band of inelastic tissue connecting a muscle with its bony attachment
In pretensioned applications, the tendon is the pre–stressing steel In post-tensioned applications, the tendon is a complete assembly consisting of anchorages, prestressing steel, and sheathing with coating for unbonded applications or ducts with grout for bonded applications
Tissue that connects muscle to bone
{i} cord of fibrous tissue which connects a muscle to a bone or other part, sinew
A band or cord of strong, fibrous tissue that connects muscle to the bone
Soft tissue connecting a muscle to a bone
The fibrous band of tissue that connects muscle to bone It Is mainly composed of collagen
A flexible, non-elastic tissue that connects muscle to bone The Achilles tendon is the large connector from the heel bone into the calf muscle
A tendon is a strong cord in a person's or animal's body which joins a muscle to a bone. see also Achilles tendon. a thick strong string-like part of your body that connects a muscle to a bone (tendo, from tendere; TEND). Tissue attaching a muscle to other body parts, usually bones, to transmit the mechanical force of muscle contraction to the other part. Much like ligaments, tendons are composed of dense, fibrous connective tissue with a high collagen content, which makes them remarkably tough and strong, with great tensile strength to withstand the stresses generated by muscle contraction
the tough cords of tissue that connect muscles to bones
Aponeurosis
tendon of Achilles
Achilles tendon
tendon of achilles
tendon located in the back of the foot and ankle
Achilles tendon
The strong tendon formed of the united tendons of the large muscles in the calf of the leg, an inserted into the bone of the heel
Achilles' tendon
Alternative form of Achilles tendon
quadriceps tendon
In human anatomy, a tendon that connects the quadriceps femoris muscles to the superior aspects of the patella on the anterior of the thigh
A tendon
lien
Achilles tendon
The tendon joining the calf muscles to the bone in the heel
Achilles tendon
Your Achilles tendon or your Achilles is the tendon inside the back of your leg just above your heel. The large tendon connecting the heel bone to the calf muscle of the leg. the part of your body that connects the muscles in the back of your foot with the muscles of your lower leg
Achilles tendon
tendon which attaches the heel bone of the foot to the calf muscle (Anatomy)
Achilles tendon
The Achilles tendon is a fibrous band that connects the triceps surea (the calf muscle) with the calcaneus (heel bone)
Achilles tendon
the strong tendon joining the calf muscles to the heel bone
Achilles tendon
One of the longest tendons in the body, it attaches the calf muscles to the heel bone
Achilles tendon
a large tendon that runs from the heel to the calf
Achilles tendon
The strong tendon joining the muscles in the calf of the leg to the bone in the heel
Achilles tendon
Thickest and strongest tendon in the human body, extending from midcalf to the heel
Achilles tendon
A feature of the human anatomy, derived from the story of the death of Achilles in Greek mythology Paris shot Achilles in the heel, as this was his only vulnerable spot The term refers to the tendon at the back of the heel Sometimes, sneakers tend to rub and irritate the skin around this area
a tendon
sinew
achilles tendon
The strong tendon formed of the united tendons of the large muscles in the calf of the leg, an inserted into the bone of the heel; so called from the mythological account of Achilles being held by the heel when dipped in the River Styx
tendons
the tough cords of tissue that connect muscles to bones
tendons
plural of tendon
tendons
A band of tough, inelastic fibrous tissue that connects a muscle with its bony attachment
tendons
The fibrous cords that connect the bone and muscle
tendons
are fibrous cords that connect muscle to bone
tendons
The connective tissues between muscles and bones
tendons
Fibrous tissue that attach muscle to bone
tendons
A tough cord or band of dense white fibrouse connective tissue that unites a muscle with some other part (as a bone) and transmits the force which the muscle exerts
tendons
White glistening fiber bands of tissue that attach muscle to bone
Türkisch - Englisch
tendon
tendo

Tendons and ligaments are more fragile than you might think. - Tendonlar ve bağlar düşündüğünüzden daha kırılgandır.

Without strong tendons, large muscles are of no use. - Güçlü tendonlar olmadan büyük kasların kullanımı yoktur.

tendon iltihabı
(Tıp) tendinitis
tendon refleksi
(Tıp) tendon reflex
tendon yaralanmaları
(Tıp) tendon injuries
tendon

    Silbentrennung

    ten·don

    Türkische aussprache

    tendın

    Synonyme

    sinew

    Aussprache

    /ˈtendən/ /ˈtɛndən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ten-d&n ] (noun.) 1541. Medieval Latin tendon-, tendo, from Latin tendere to stretch; more at THIN.

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