enthesis en·the·sis (ěn’thĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. en·the·ses (-sēz)
The surgical insertion of synthetic or other inorganic material to replace lost tissue.
enthesopathy en·the·sop·a·thy (ěn’thĭ-sŏp’ə-thē) n. A disease occurring at the site of attachment of muscle tendons and ligaments to bones or joint capsules. en·the’so·path’ic (ěn-thē’sə-pāth’ĭk) adj.
[en-thet-ik] /ɛnˈθɛt ɪk/ adjective 1. introduced from without, as diseases propagated by inoculation. /ɛnˈθɛtɪk/ adjective 1. (esp of infectious diseases) introduced into the body from without enthetic en·thet·ic (ěn-thět’ĭk) adj.
[en-thrawl] /ɛnˈθrɔl/ verb (used with object), enthralled, enthralling. 1. . /ɪnˈθrɔːl/ verb (transitive) -thrals (US) -thralls, -thralling, -thralled 1. to hold spellbound; enchant; captivate 2. (obsolete) to hold as thrall; enslave
[en-thrawl] /ɛnˈθrɔl/ verb (used with object) 1. to captivate or charm: a performer whose grace, skill, and virtuosity enthrall her audiences. 2. to put or hold in slavery; subjugate: to be enthralled by illusions and superstitions. v. also enthral “to hold in mental or moral bondage,” 1570s, from en- (1) “make, put in” + thrall. […]