crepitus

When palpating over a tendon a grating feeling and tenderness is indicative of inflammation within the synovial sheath, i.e. tenosynovitis.

Crepitus

Crepitus s is a medical term to describe the grating, crackling or popping sounds and sensations experienced under the skin and joints or a crackling sensation due to the presence of air in the subcutaneous tissue. Various types of crepitus that can be heard in joint pathologies are: ==Causes== The sound can be created when two rough surfaces in a...
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Crepitus

• (n.) Same as Crepitation, 2. • (n.) The noise produced by a sudden discharge of wind from the bowels.
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crepitus

<clinical sign, orthopaedics> A crinkly, crackling or grating feeling or sound in the joints, skin or lungs. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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crepitus

(krep´ĭ-tәs) the discharge of flatus from the bowels. crepitation. crepitant rale.
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Crepitus

[mythology] Crepitus is an alleged Roman god of flatulence. It is unlikely that Crepitus was ever actually worshipped. The only ancient source for the claim that such a god was ever worshipped comes from Christian satire. The name Crepitus standing alone would be an inadequate and unlikely name for such a god in Latin {further explanation n...
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Crepitus

Crep'i·tus noun [ Latin , from crepare to crack.] (Medicine) (a) The noise produced by a sudden discharge of wind from the bowels. (b) Same as Crepitation , 2.
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crepitus

Bony crepitus, the crackling sound produced by the rubbing together of fragments of fractured bone; joint crepitus, the grating sensation caused by the rubbing together of the dry synovial surfaces of joints
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crepitus

crepitus A clinical sign in medicine characterized by a peculiar crackling, crinkly, or grating feeling or sound under the skin, around the lungs, or in the joints. Crepitus in soft tissues is often a result of gas, most often air, that has penetrated and infiltrated an area where it should not normally be, as for example the soft tissues beneath ...
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Crepitus

Crepitus is a crackling chest sound heard in pneumonia and other lung diseases. The term is also applied to the grating sound of two ends of a broken bone rubbing together.
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Crepitus

Crepitus: A clinical sign in medicine characterized by a peculiar crackling, crinkly, or grating feeling or sound under the skin, around the lungs, or in the joints. Crepitus in soft tissues is often due to gas, most often air, that has penetrated and infiltrated an area where it should not normally be, as for example the soft tissues beneath the s...
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crepitus

fart
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Crepitus

Grating caused by bone running against bone or roughened cartilage (usually associated with the movement of an arthritic joint).
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Crepitus

The way crepitus feels depends on how it's created.
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crepitus

Type: Term Pronunciation: krep′i-tŭs Definitions: 1. Obsolete usage for noisy discharge of gas from the intestine. Synonyms: crepitation
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crepitus

When palpating over a tendon a grating feeling and tenderness is indicative of inflammation within the synovial sheath, i.e. tenosynovitis.
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