See: Bowed Tendon.
F any inflammatory process affecting the tendons.
Swelling in the tendons, resulting in pain.
inflammation, tearing, tightness, or weakness in the tendons attaching muscles to bones. Tendinitis can restrict or inhibit adduction, abduction, supination, etc.
Inflammation of tendons caused by overuse, injury, or related rheumatic conditions.
an inflammation in a tendon or the tendon covering.
Tendon inflammation occurring when a muscle or tendon is repeatedly tensed from overuse or unaccustomed use.
inflammation of a tendon.
inflammation in a tendon or in the tendon covering. Usually caused by not just a single injury, but a series of small stresses that repeatedly aggravate the tendon.
Chronic swelling or inflammation of tendons due to overuse or irritation; a common problem affecting the shoulder.
Tendinitis refers to an inflammation of the tendons, and produces pain and tenderness near a joint. It is often associated with a specific movement, probably one repeated often or intensely. Tendinitis is most common in the shoulders, elbows, forearms, and wrists. This term is often misspelled as "tendonitis".
Inflammation of the tendon and/or tendon sheath, caused by chronic overuse or sudden injury.
An inflammation of the connecting tissue that attaches the body of the muscle and to its bony insertion.
inflammation of the tendon, usually caused by injury, which may restrict movement of the muscle attached to the tendon
A condition in which a tendon becomes swollen or inflamed.
a painful inflammation or swelling that occurs when a muscle or tendon is repeatedly tensed from overuse or unaccustomed use. The elbow, shoulder and wrist are common locations for this injury. Tendinitis is one example of a cumulative trauma disorder.