tendinosis


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tendinosis

Podiatry Noninflamed degeneration of the Achilles tendon, most commonly of the midthird of the tendon, a relatively avascular zone

ten·di·no·sis

(ten'di-nō'sis)
A noninflammatory condition involving a previously injured tendon that heals with weak collagenous fibers, low weight-bearing resistance, and a high risk of future injury.
See also: tendinopathy

tendinosis

(tĕn″dĭ-nō′sĭs)
1. Degeneration of a tendon from repetitive microtrauma.
2. Collagen degeneration.
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