Origin of aponeurosis
OTHER WORDS FROM aponeurosisap·o·neu·rot·ic [ap-uh-noo-rot-ik, -nyoo-], /ˌæp ə nʊˈrɒt ɪk, -nyʊ-/, adjective
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How to use aponeurosis in a sentence
The aponeurosis crosses the medial side of the insertion of M. pterygoideus dorsalis medialis.
Part of the aponeurosis becomes tendonlike in the middle of M. pterygoideus ventralis and separates its two divisions.
The insertion is tendinous on the dorsal surface of the lower mandible in common with the dorsal aponeurosis of pars profundus.
The lateral tendon of M. pseudotemporalis superficialis converges with the aponeurosis.
The tendon of origin is actually one with the ventral aponeurosis of pars profundus, which is situated in a horizontal plane.