enthesis

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enthesis

 [en´thĕ-sis]
the site of attachment of a muscle or ligament to bone.

enthesis

/en·the·sis/ (en-the´sis) the site of attachment of a muscle or ligament to bone.

enthesis

insertion of a tendon or ligament into periosteum and underlying bone

enthesis

1. the use of artificial material in the repair of a defect or deformity of the body.
2. the site of attachment of a muscle or ligament to bone.
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In a case report, sacroiliitis and enthesopathies developed due to diffuse, well-differentiated lymphocytic lymphoma (5).
The acquired knowledge may provide the basis for new therapies for enthesopathies, through tissue engineering or repair.
Some authors have demonstrated better results with EET on corporeal tendinopathies in comparison with enthesopathies (Andres and Murrell, 2008; Glaser et al.
In addition, REMICADE was efficacious in the treatment of dactylitis and enthesopathies, two common manifestations of PsA causing pain and swelling.
Enthesopathies as occupational stress markers: evidence from the upper limb.
Here we present a HLA B27 positive case of axial spondyloarthritis with obvious radiographic spondylitis and enthesopathies without sacroiliitis.
Even though it is not found to be common in the literature, in case of axial involvement of OM, fuzzy sacroiliac joint outlines, calcified enthesopathies and subchondral bone resorption can be seen as in AS (5-8).
Differentiating peripheral arthritis or enthesopathies of AS from gouty arthritis and from gout affecting tendons or ligamentous insertions is occasionally difficult, especially, when the course of AS arthritis becomes acute or the course of gout becomes chronic (9,17).