[per-uh-noo r-ee-uh m, -nyoo r-]
noun, plural per·i·neu·ri·a [per-uh-noo r-ee-uh, -nyoo r-] /ˌpɛr əˈnʊər i ə, -ˈnyʊər-/. Anatomy.
the sheath of connective tissue that encloses a bundle of nerve fibers.
Origin of perineurium
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the connective tissue forming a sheath around a single bundle of nerve fibres
Word Origin for perineurium
C19: from New Latin, from peri- + Greek neuron nerve
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n. pl. per•i•neu•ri•a (-ē-ə)
The sheath of connective tissue enclosing a bundle of nerve fibers.
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