tendinopathy

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ten·di·no·pa·thy

, tendopathy (ten'di-nop'ă-thē, ten-dop'ŏ-thē)
A general term for tendon damage involving overuse, microtears, and collagen degeneration, manifested by inflammation, pain, and weakness
See: tendinosis
See also: tendinitis
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tendinopathy

, tendonopathy (ten″dĭ-nop′ă-thē) [ tendo + -pathy]
Any disease or condition that affects tendon function or structure, esp. chronic tendinitis or tendinosis.
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The effects of low level laser in experimental animals induced tendopathy in the splitted area indicated the higher level of local reaction for speeding up healing as compared to that of control one [4,6,10].
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