Definition of Endoneurium

1. Noun. Delicate connective tissue around individual nerve fibers in nerve.

Generic synonyms: Connective Tissue



Definition of Endoneurium

1. n. The delicate bands of connective tissue among nerve fibers.

Definition of Endoneurium

1. Noun. (anatomy) A layer of delicate connective tissue enclosing the myelin sheath of a spinal cord nerve fiber. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Endoneurium

1. The delicate bands of connective tissue among nerve fibres. Origin: NL, fr. Gr. Within + a sinew, nerve. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Endoneurium

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endomyocardial
endomyocardial fibrosis
endomyocarditis
endomyometritis
endomysia
endomysium
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endoneurium (current term)
endonexin
endonormative
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endonuclease
endonuclease-integrase
endonuclease S1 Aspergillus
endonuclease Serratia marcescens
endonuclease s1
endonucleases
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Literary usage of Endoneurium

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1. A Biennial Retrospect of Medicine, Surgery and Their Allied Sciences by New Sydenham Society (1875)
"The connective tissue in the interior of this is named by these observers the endoneurium, and that external to it the epineurium. ..."

2. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1884)
"If such an encroachment takes place from the side of the endoneurium, small bundles of nerve-fibres, enclosed by the latter, may be placed between the ..."

3. International contributions to medical literature: "festschrift" in Honor of by Abraham Jacobi, Frederic E. Sondern, Francis Huber (1900)
"Many investigators have observed that the proliferation begins in the endoneurium, as it did in Professor Keen's case. It is due to this mode of origin that ..."

4. Text-book of normal histology: including an account of the development of by George Arthur Piersol (1904)
"The lymphatics are represented by irregular clefts within the endoneurium, which are connected with the interlamellar spaces of the perineurium; ..."

5. Medico-Chirurgical Transactions by Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London (1879)
"In the case of C—, this effect ia produced by a uniform and general thickening of the endoneurium, a condition which, whenever it exists without a ..."

6. Text-book of Histology: Including the Microscopic Technic by Philipp Stöhr (1898)
"Finally, delicate lamellae from the endoneurium, the fiber sheaths, ... Perineurium and endoneurium are composed of bundles of fibro-elastic tissue and of a ..."

7. A Manual of histology by Henry Erdmann Radasch (1918)
"each fasciculus forming here a delicate reticulum (endoneurium ... The endoneurium may even form partial septa. The funiculi as well as the nerves vary ..."

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