endoneurium

/ (ˌɛndəʊˈnjʊərɪəm) /

noun

the delicate connective tissue surrounding nerve fibres within a bundle

Nearby words

  1. endomyocardial fibrosis,
  2. endomyocarditis,
  3. endomyometritis,
  4. endomysium,
  5. endoneuritis,
  6. endonuclease,
  7. endoparasite,
  8. endopeptidase,
  9. endopericarditis,
  10. endoperidium

Word Origin for endoneurium

New Latin, from endo- + neuro- + -ium

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Medicine definitions for endoneurium

endoneurium

[ ĕn′dō-nurē-əm ]

n. pl. en•do•neu•ri•a (-nurē-ə)

The delicate connective tissue enveloping individual nerve fibers within a peripheral nerve.Henle's sheath

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