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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Enthesopathies and activity patterns in the early medieval Great Moravian population: Evidence of division of labour.
These are sites of stress concentration and commonly susceptible to overuse injuries ie enthesopathies depicting increased radiotracer accumulation at the site of bony attachments of tendons and ligaments8.
PsA is a heterogeneous disease associated with inflammatory arthritis, enthesopathies and new bone formation together with erosive arthropathy.
The differential diagnosis includes rheumatoid arthritis, enthesopathies caused by seronegativespondyloarthritis like Reiter's syndrome, Psoriatic arthritis and accessory soleus muscle.
Although arthralgia is the most common musculoskeletal manifestation, many authors have described the presence of inflammatory polyarthritis, tenosynovitis, enthesopathies, and bone erosions (10, 11, 14).
In a case report, sacroiliitis and enthesopathies developed due to diffuse, well-differentiated lymphocytic lymphoma (5).
Many conditions can respond well to ultrasound such as ligament sprains, muscle strains, tendinopathy, metatarsalgia, bursitis, plantar fasciitis and enthesopathies.
Epidemiology of osteoarthritis and enthesopathies in a European population dating back 7700 years.
TABLE Rule out these causes of heel pain when considering a diagnosis of plantar fasciitis (4,5) Neurologic Arthritic Tarsal tunnel syndrome Rheumatoid arthritis Entrapment neuropathy Ankylosing spondylitis Peripheral neuropathy Reiter's disease Lumbar radiculopathy Inflammatory arthropathies Skeletal Other Calcaneal stress fracture Vascular insufficiency Bone contusion Neoplasm Osteomyelitis Calcaneal apophysitis Paget's disease Enthesopathies Fat-pad atrophy Achilles tendonitis
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.