medial tibial stress syndrome


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medial tibial stress syndrome

A condition characterised by dull, aching, diffuse pain along the posteromedial shin, which may be linked to stress fractures of the tibia.

medial tibial stress syndrome

Sports medicine A condition characterized by dull, aching, diffuse pain along the posteromedial shin, which may be linked to stress fractures of the tibia. Cf Chronic exertional compartment syndrome.

me·di·al tib·i·al stress syn·drome

(mē'dē-ăl tĭb'ē-ăl stres sĭn'drōm)
Pain and tenderness along the medial aspect of the tibia due to strenuous running; may involve microtears of tendons or musclesand inflammatory reaction in the periosteum.
Synonym(s): shin splints.
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Effect of foot posture on the incidence of medial tibial stress syndrome.
The relationship between lower extremity alignment and Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome among non-professional athletes.
Risk factors and prognostic indicators for medial tibial stress syndrome.
Medial tibial stress syndrome (tibial fasciitis): a proposed pathomechanical model involving fascial traction.
The treatment of medial tibial stress syndrome in athletes: a randomized clinical trial.
2003) Low regional tibial bone density in athletes with medial tibial stress syndrome normalizes after recovery from symptoms.
2007) Medial tibial stress syndrome in high school cross-country runners: incidence and risk factors.
2011) Biomechanical and lifestyle risk factors for medial tibial stress syndrome in army recruits: A prospective study.
2004) The incidence and risk factors in the development of medial tibial stress syndrome among naval recruits.
2003) Outcome of surgical treatment of medial tibial stress syndrome.

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