Microtrauma

Microtrauma is the general term given to small injuries to the body. Microtrauma can include the microtearing of muscle fibres, the sheath around the muscle and the connective tissue. It can also include stress to the tendons, and to the bones (see Wolff`s law). It is unknown whether or not the ligaments adapt like this. Microtrauma to the skin (....
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microtrauma

(mi″kro-traw´mә) a microscopic lesion or injury.
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Microtrauma

A small injury to the body, such as microtears to muscle fibers, stress to the tendon, bruising of the bone; can occur to bone, muscle, tendon or ligament. If not allowed rest in order to heal, accumulated microtraumas can lead to overuse injuries, such as stress fractures.
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microtrauma

microtrauma A slight trauma or lesion; a microscopic lesion.
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