Stegagno said, by first creating an initial compression phase that "squeezes the cell and creates a microtrauma
The pathophysiology involves microtrauma
, typically either because of passing rock-hard stools, diarrhea, or the rigors of childbirth, any of which can cause a break in the anal mucosa.
Furthermore, the same study highlighted the importance of topography, which is significantly associated with HPV positivity of a particular lesion considering them as the "most frequently exposed sites" to microtrauma
Cartilage synchondrosis disorder makes os trigonum syndrome with recurrent microtrauma
in between talar tubercule and os trigonum (3).
sup],,, The true etiology of PVNS is unknown, and repeated hemarthrosis or microtrauma
has been suspected.
Severs disease (calcaneal apophysitis)--is a common cause of heel pain in child/teenage athletes, due to overuse and repetitive microtrauma
of the growth plates of the calcaneus Children aged from 7-15 are most commonly affected and it predominates in males.
Without adequate recovery, microtrauma
stimulates an inflammatory response, which in turn leads to localized damage to the area.
5) Perineal nodular induration (PNI) also known as biker's nodule, cyclist's nodule, ischiatic hygroma, third testicle, or an accessory testicle is a benign pseudotumour that presents most commonly in avid male cyclists with repetitive perineal microtrauma
This technique uses low temperatures to help the body recover from the microtrauma
caused by long and intense physical effort.
Injury to the medial collateral ligament (MCL) occurs most frequently as a result of repetitive microtrauma
during overhead throwing activity specially in athletes, [2,3] but it can occur as a single traumatic event.
1-9) The most obvious suspicions for the development of an osteochondral defect are repetitive microtrauma
, and compromised blood flow to the elbow.
This might reflect the sequelae of continuous muscle microtrauma
leading to increased post-exertional pain and other painful symptoms in FMS patients.