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.
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.
There were enthesopathic changes in the localization of the insertion of achilles tendon in calcaneus posterior bilaterally (picture 3).