Tendinitis

Tendinitis (also tendonitis), meaning inflammation of a tendon, is a type of tendinopathy often confused with the more common tendinosis, which has similar symptoms but requires different treatment. (The suffix -itis denotes diseases characterized by inflammation.) The term tendinitis should be reserved for tendon injuries that involve larger-scal...
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tendinitis

(ten″dĭ-niĀ“tis) inflammation of tendons and of tendon-muscle attachments. In the shoulder it is frequently associated with a calcium deposit (calcific tendinitis), which may also involve the bursa around the tendon or near the joint, causing bursitis. Called also tendonitis.
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tendinitis

[n] - inflammation of a tendon
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tendinitis

<pathology> Inflammation of tendons and of tendon muscle attachments. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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tendinitis

tendonitis noun inflammation of a tendon
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TENDINITIS

Inflammation of a tendon or tendon muscle attachment; also spelled tendonitis.
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Tendinitis

inflammation of a tendon, usually caused by injury, characterised by pain, tenderness, and sometimes limited movement in the attached muscle
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Tendinitis

Inflammation of a tendon.
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Tendinitis

Inflammation of a tendon. Most cases of tendonitis are caused by some type of injury, overuse or a mechanical abnormality in the foot or ankle. Treatment depends on the specific tendon involved, the extent of involvement and the length of time the symptoms have been present.
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tendinitis

inflammation of tendons and of tendon-muscle attachments.
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tendinitis

inflammation of the sheaths of the tendons. These sheaths are composed of thin, filmy tissue that permits the sliding motion of tendons within them. ...
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Tendinitis

Inflammation of the tendon and/or tendon sheath, caused by chronic overuse or sudden injury.
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Tendinitis

Inflammation of the tendon.
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tendinitis

inflammation of the tendon. This is not an infected or bacterial tendonitis but in absolute terms a sterile tendinosus
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Tendinitis

Tendinitis: Inflammation of a tendon (the tissue by which muscle attaches to bone). Tendinitis most commonly occurs as a result of injury, such as to the tendons around the shoulder or elbow. It can also occur as a result of an underlying inflammatory rheumatic disease, such as reactive arthritis or gout. Tendinitis is synonymous with tendonitis.Co...
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Tendinitis

The inflammation or swelling of a tendon as a result of injury or overuse.
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tendinitis

Type: Term Pronunciation: ten′di-nī′tis Definitions: 1. Inflammation of a tendon. Synonyms: tendonitis, tenonitis2
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