enthesopathic

en·the·so·path·ic

(en-thĕ-sō-path'ik),
Denoting or characteristic of enthesopathy.

en·the·so·path·ic

(en'thĕ-sō-path'ik)
Denoting or characteristic of enthesopathy.
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Many previous studies reported the enthesopathic changes of the AT and the value of ultrasound in evaluating these changes.15,16 AT does not have a true synovial sheath, but instead has a paratenon.
However, bony bridges are seen more in often older age suggesting that they maybe related to enthesopathic changes [82, 83].
Achilles tendon is among the most frequent sites of enthesopathic involvement in psoriatic arthritis, producing soft-tissue inflammatory swelling, heel pain, and difficulty in walking.5
There were enthesopathic changes in the localization of the insertion of achilles tendon in calcaneus posterior bilaterally (picture 3).