fibrous membrane n.
The outer fibrous part of the capsule of a synovial joint that may be thickened in places to form capsular ligaments.
A fibrous membrane completes this cavity and keeps it distinct from the temporal fossa.
The sclerotic or outer coat, called also the white of the eye, is an opaque, fibrous membrane.
The free surface of the cartilage is invested by a fibrous membrane, the perichondrium.
A fresh or living bone is covered with a delicate, tough, fibrous membrane, called the periosteum.