perimyositis

perimyositis

 [per″ĭ-mi″o-si´tis]
inflammation of connective tissue around a muscle.
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per·i·my·o·si·tis

(per'i-mī'ō-sī'tis),
Inflammation of the loose cellular tissue surrounding a muscle.
Synonym(s): perimysiitis (2) , perimysitis
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per·i·my·o·si·tis

(per'i-mī'ō-sī'tis)
Inflammation of the loose cellular tissue surrounding a muscle.
Synonym(s): perimysiitis (2) , perimysitis.
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in Minnesota, potential cases for an initial case-control study of risk factors for EMS were identified by rheumatologists (who were asked by the Minnesota Department of Health to report patients recently diagnosed with eosinophillia and either severe myalgia or muscle weakness) and by clinical pathologists and a pediatric neurologist (who were asked to identify patients with muscle biopsies showing eosinophillic perimyositis or perivasculitis).