A condition in which a tendon becomes swollen or inflamed.
Swelling of a tendon due to injury or overuse.
Inflammation of the tendons, which connect muscles to bones in some parts of the body, may result in a condition known as tendonitis.
Inflammatory condition of the tendon. Has been used interchangeably with inflammatory conditions of the tendon sheath or paratenon. Pain is reproduced with resisted movements and tendon stretching, with active range of motion often normal, but with pain experienced at the end of range.
Tendons connect muscles to bones. Tendonitis is the result of the inflammation of tendons at a body part.
Inflammation of tendon (including tendon sheath).
Tendon disorder caused by inflammation of the tendon.
an inflammation in a tendon or the tendon covering.
Inflammation of a tendon.
Inflammation (swelling) of the tendons within the tendon sheaths. Burning pain can result.
A damaged tendon which is red, swollen, hot and painful (inflamed) is said to have tendonitis. This may be caused by overuse and is treated with rest.
Inflammation of tendons or muscles around a joint.
A condition involving inflammation of tendons. Tendons are thick fibrous cords that attach muscles to bone. They function to assist the muscle in movement of the bones.