enthesopathy


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enthesopathy

 [en-thĕ-sop´ah-the]
disorder of the muscular or tendinous attachment to bone.

en·the·sop·a·thy

(en'thĕ-sop'ă-thē),
A disease process occurring at the site of insertion of muscle tendons and ligaments into bones or joint capsules.
[G. en, in, + thesis, a placing, + pathos, suffering]

enthesopathy

Rheumatology An abnormality involving an attachment of a tendon or ligament to bone (enthesis), and a prominent finding in seronegative spondyloarthopathy–ankylosing spondylitis, Reiter syndrome, psoriatic arthritis Imaging Edema, erosion and proliferation of adjacent bones, reactive sclerosis, syndesmophyte formation, bone eburnation are seen; the bones may have a frayed, irregular surface or a fluffy appearance Treatment NSAIDs.

en·the·sop·a·thy

(en'thĕ-sop'ă-thē)
A disease process occurring at the site of insertion of muscle tendons and ligaments into bones or joint capsules.
[G. en, in, + thesis, a placing, + pathos, suffering]

enthesopathy

Inflammation at the sites of insertion of ligaments into bone. This is a feature of ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS and leads to new bone formation and fusion of the vertebra of the spine.
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Keywords and phras es use d for the s earch were 'alternate-day statin', 'statin-associated myopathy', 'statin-associated tendinopathy', 'statin-related adverse effects', ' statin - associated enthesopathy', 'statin - related mechanism of tendon injury', 'statin-related mechanism of muscle injury', and 'alternate-day statin efficacy and safety'.
The patellar and Achilles tendons are the most commonly affected, often involving the insertion sites of traction tendons, leading to enthesopathy. The deposition of pigmented HGA in collagenous tissues affects the structural integrity of collagen, increasing the risk of tendon rupture due to their high collagen content (16).
In the largest analysis to date, researchers and clinicians at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) have compared the efficacy and safety of non-surgical treatment options for tennis elbow - also called enthesopathy of the extensor carpi radialis brevis (eECRB).
Enthesopathy was more common in males and showed a significant increase with age ([chi square] = 21.028, df = 7,p = 0.002), which remained significant for the seventeenth-eighteenth-century single depositions ([x.sup.2] = 17.554, df = 5, p = 0.004).
Proso millet is also a gluten-free grain and is an acceptable food for individuals with coeliac disease or gluten sensitive enthesopathy [14].
Enthesopathy is increased among Behcet's syndrome patients with acne and arthritis: an ultrasonographic study.
Radiographs demonstrated mild glenohumeral degenerative changes, acromial enthesopathy, and hypertrophic ossification of the acromioclavicular joint (Fig.
Out of the 1,014 injuries, the five leading diagnosis categories were general complaints of a non-specific nature (e.g., pain, disorder, injury: 38.6%), tendon-related conditions (i.e., tendinitis, tenosynovitis, enthesopathy: 15.5%), strains (12.7%), sprains (10.2%), and various syndromes (5.9%).
For years, different names were used for the same clinical entity, including type 2 oligoarticular JIA, JCA with late onset, seronegative enthesopathy and arthropathy, arthropathy associated with HLA B27 or juvenile spondyloarthropathy with early onset.
It is frequently characterized by an involvement of the axial joints, but may also be associated with peripheral arthritis (synovitis and/or dactylitis and/or enthesopathy) (7).
Arthritis, arthralgia, enthesopathy, and tendinitis have been commonly described [5].