noun, plural ap·o·neu·ro·ses [ap-uh-noo-roh-seez, -nyoo-] /ˌæp ə nʊˈroʊ siz, -nyʊ-/. Anatomy.
Origin of aponeurosis
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The origin is aponeurotic in the preacetabular region but fleshy in the postacetabular region.
In this species the central, aponeurotic portion of the m. iliotibialis is absent.
The distal part of the muscle is aponeurotic and joins with the femorotibialis muscles in the formation of the patellar tendon.
In one leg (Fig. 20H), the posteroproximal corner of the muscle is aponeurotic.
In one leg, the posterior edge of the origin is aponeurotic.