This means that the bony and tendinous structures of the legs are well developed and well placed.
It ends in a tendon which, after passing through the tendinous ring above noticed, divides into two branches.
The extreme proximal end is fleshy up to its origin, which is fleshy and tendinous from the vertebrae.
M. caudofemoralis pars caudifemoralis had a tendinous area within the belly in only three legs.
On the other hand, if the attack primarily is one of tendinous quittor, the earliest symptom seen is a well-marked lameness.
It is flat and rounded in shape, the muscle wall carries a tendinous plate, and there is a pyloric stomach.
The same applies with even greater force to the gristly and tendinous portions.
tendinous or cartilaginous complications are to be treated as directed under those headings.
Pars ventralis: The attachment is fleshy and tendinous to the ventral edge and the deep surface of the tendon of pars postica.
tendinous reflex action feeble, few cutaneous reflexes, no tremors.
tendinous ten·di·nous (těn'də-nəs)
Of, having, or resembling a tendon.