tendinous ring of Zinn
Definition of tendinous ring of Zinn
: a fibrous membrane surrounding the optic foramen and serving as a common origin for the rectus muscles of the eye
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Origin and Etymology of tendinous ring of zinn
after Johann G. Zinn †1759 German physician and botanist
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