tenontoplasty te·non·to·plas·ty (tə-nŏn’tə-plās’tē)
Reparative or plastic surgery of the tendons. Also called tendinoplasty, tendoplasty, tenoplasty.
tenophyte ten·o·phyte (těn’ə-fīt’) n. A bony or a cartilaginous growth in or on a tendon.
tenoplasty ten·o·plas·ty (těn’ə-plās’tē) n. See tenontoplasty.
noun 1. the course of thought or meaning that runs through something written or spoken; purport; drift. 2. continuous course, progress, or movement. 3. Rhetoric. the subject of a metaphor, as “she” in “She is a rose.”. Compare vehicle (def 8). 4. Music. the adult male voice intermediate between the bass and the alto or […]
noun, Music. 1. a sign locating middle C on the next to the top line of the staff. noun 1. the clef that establishes middle C as being on the fourth line of the staff, used for the writing of music for the bassoon, cello, or tenor trombone See also C clef