tendonitis


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Related to tendonitis: tennis elbow, Achilles tendinitis

tendonitis

[‚ten·də′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of a tendon.
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Acute calcific longus colli tendonitis (ACLCT) is a disease process that mimics life threatening conditions, which include meningitis and retropharyngeal abscess.
For runners and other athletes who have suddenly increased the intensity or duration of their runs, Achilles tendonitis and ankle sprains are painful conditions that, without prompt and effective treatment, can lead to painful issues that last for years.
Another common problem in relation to Achilles tendonitis is a sudden increase in exercise load.
Tendonitis commonly affects the heel area of the foot - known as Achilles tendonitis - and other areas including the knee, elbow, wrist and shoulder.
Naturopathic treatment of rotator cuff tendonitis among Canadian postal workers: a randomized controlled trial.
Rafa has had knee tendonitis for a long time and he's won Grand Slams while he's had it.
Acute retropharyngeal tendonitis is a cause of acute neck pain that can mimic infection (retropharyngeal abscess, pharyngitis or peritonsilar abscess).
Of these, 25 went on to have surgery to repair conjoint tendonitis--also known as Gilmore's groin--on the advice of their clinicians, although no patients had MRI evidence of conjoint tendonitis.
A shoulder with tendonitis should not be kept immobile.
Bellamy's latest tendonitis problem flared up following an appearance for his country against Serbia-Montenegroin Cardiff 10 days ago.
A The best treatment of Achilles tendonitis is prevention.
Some tendonitis and a few bruises of the knee were reported.