The combining form "fasci/o" means "fibrous muscle cover, fascia." The fascia is the soft connective tissue that surrounds and supports the muscles. thanks to northstarlearning.com for the CMA review
Fasciectomy- Surgical removal of fibrous membrane which covers, supports and separates muscles.Fasciectomy
tendon (fibrous tissue) connects muscles to bones
The perimysium covers the muscle.
The fibrous tissue that connects bones to bones are called ligaments. The fibrous connective tissue that connects muscles to bones are called tendons.
The dense fibrous tissue that covers non articulating surfaces of bone is the periosteum.
dense fibrous connective tissue
This is a fascia. Depending upon the number of muscle fibers encapsulated by the fascia there are several different terms.
A tough, fibrous tissue called tendons.
The sarcolemma is the capsule of fibrous tissue contianing striated muscles.
Bones are connected to muscles by tendons, tough bundles of fibrous connective tissue.
The fibrous tissue that encloses and separates layers of muscles.
here's the answer. the outer layer of the bone is covered by fibrous membrane known as periosteum, which is the place where the muscles adhere.
Fascia are layers of fibrous tissue covering and separating muscles.
There is no fibrous connective tissue in bone, but there is dense irregular tissue known as periosteum that covers bones (all except the articulating surfaces) and provides attachment sites for tendons and ligaments.
A tendon is a tough band of fibrous connective tissue that connects muscles to bones
The galea aponeurotica is a layer of tissue that covers the cranium. It is a dense fibrous tissue that is attached to the external occipital protuberance.
bones are attached to each other by strong ligaments but can stretch when the bones moves muscles are attached to bones by tendons Dense fibrous connective tissue
I believe you are referring to periosteum. Periosteum is a fibrous, dense irregular connective tissue lining the outer surface of all of your bones, but not at the joints.
dense fibrous connective tisue