tenosynovitis


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tenosynovitis

[¦ten·ō‚sī·nə′vīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of a tendon and its sheath.
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Findings include synovitis and marrow edema, bone erosions, periarticular cysts and tenosynovitis (Figure 17).
As a result of this involvement, sacroiliitis, spondylitis, spondylodiscitis, arthritis, osteomyelitis, tenosynovitis or bursitis may develop (1,2,12,13).
Surgery is the last thing to do, around 80 per cent of tenosynovitis cases are solved without surgery," she said.
Hamstring tenosynovitis (3% of knee problems) is present in patients active in sprinting, hurdling or jumping (50%), and soccer (22%) (Maffulli et al.
My doctor diagnosed tenosynovitis, an inflammation affecting the tendons.
A number of other conditions can mimic gout, including rheumatoid arthritis, infection, bone tumor, septic arthritis, and tenosynovitis.
It is used to describe a number of named musculoskeletal conditions (such as tenosynovitis, cramp of the hand, tendinitis, etc) as well as `diffuse RSI' which is more difficult to define, but which recent research attributes to nerve damage.
Tenosynovitis is the inflammation of the sheaths through which the tendons of the fingers pass.
Over the ensuing months, miliary tuberculosis and tenosynovitis of her left hand and left foot developed, which responded to appropriate treatment.
We studied 171 patients (median age, 47 years; range, 21-79 years), of whom 29 had psoriatic arthritis (PsA; cutaneous psoriasis and arthritis and tenosynovitis and/or enthesopathy), 66 had IBD (36 with Crohn disease and 30 with ulcerative colitis), and 76 had joint involvement in IBD (JIBD; 44 with Crohn disease and 32 with ulcerative colitis) consecutively admitted to the Rheumatology Department of the University-Hospital of Padua between January 7 and December 20, 2002.
Trigger finger, or stenosing tenosynovitis in medical jargon, affects tendons in the hand that bend the fingers and thumb.
Bottom line: This can cut down or prevent such costly injuries as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, tenosynovitis, tennis elbow and thoracic outlet syndrome, among others.