myositis

Inflammation of muscle. Bacterial myositis can be caused by Clostridium welchii (gas gangrene). Viral myositis (epidemic myalgia) is usually due to Coxsackie B virus. Parasitic myositis can be a result of infection with the nematode worm Trichinella.

myositis

[n] - inflammation of muscle tissue
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Myositis

Muscular soreness due to inflammation that often occurs 1-2 days after unaccustomed exercise. Often referred as DOMS (Delayed onset muscle soreness)
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Myositis

muscle inflammation, causing pain and weakness
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Myositis

Inflammation of a muscle.
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Myositis

Inflammation of muscles.
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Myositis

Myositis: Inflammation of muscle tissue. There are many causes of myositis, including injury, medications, and diseases.
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Myositis

Muscular soreness due to inflammation that often occurs 1-2 days after unaccustomed exercise. Often referred as DOMS (Delayed onset muscle soreness)
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Myositis

My`o·si'tis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., ..., muscle + -itis .] (Medicine) Inflammation of the muscles.
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myositis

<pathology> Inflammation of a voluntary muscle. ... Origin: Gr. Myos = of muscle ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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myositis

noun inflammation of muscle tissue
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myositis

(mi″o-si´tis) inflammation of a voluntary muscle; called also initis. myositis fibrosa a type in which there is a formation of connective tissue in the muscle. myositis ossificans myositis marked by bony deposits in muscle.
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Myositis

• (n.) Inflammation of the muscles.
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myositis

inflammation, and frequently infection, of muscle tissue; it may be caused by any of a number of bacteria, viruses, and parasites; in many cases it ... [3 related articles]
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myositis

(Gr. myos of muscle + -itis) inflammation of a voluntary muscle.
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myositis

Type: Term Pronunciation: mī′ō-sī′tis Definitions: 1. Inflammation of a muscle. Synonyms: initis2
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myositis

Muscle inflammation.
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Myositis

Myositis is a general term for inflammation of the muscles. Many such conditions are considered likely to be caused by autoimmune conditions, rather than directly due to infection (although autoimmune conditions can be activated or exacerbated by infections.) It is also a documented side effect of the lipid-lowering drugs statins and fibrates. Ele...
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Myositis

Muscular soreness due to inflammation that often Occurs 1-2 days after unaccustomed exercise.
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myositis

Inflammation of muscle characterized by pain, tenderness and occasionally spasm.
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Myositis

Muscular soreness due to inflammation that often occurs 1-2 days after unaccustomed exercise. Often
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