Enthesopathy

In medicine, an enthesopathy refers to a disorder of entheses (bone attachments). If the condition is known to be inflammatory, it can more precisely be called a enthesitis. Enthesopathies are disorders of peripheral ligamentous or muscular attachments, abnormalities in the zones of attachment, for ligaments and tendons to bone. == Examples == Exa
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enthesopathy

A disease process occurring at the site of insertion of muscle tendons and ligaments into bones or joint capsules. ... Origin: G. En, in, + thesis, a placing, + pathos, suffering ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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enthesopathy

(en″thә-sop´ә-the) disorder of the muscular or tendinous attachment to bone.
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enthesopathy

enthesopathy Disease at the site of the insertion of muscle tendons and ligaments into bones or joint capsules.
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enthesopathy

Type: Term Pronunciation: en′thĕ-sop′ă-thē Definitions: 1. A disease process occurring at the site of insertion of muscle tendons and ligaments into bones or joint capsules.
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