tenosynovitis


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ten·o·syn·o·vi·tis

 (tĕn′ō-sĭn′ə-vī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of a tendon sheath.
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tenosynovitis

(ˈtɛnəʊˌsaɪnəʊˈvaɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) painful swelling and inflammation of tendons, usually of the wrist, often the result of repetitive movements such as typing
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ten•o•syn•o•vi•tis

(ˌtɛn oʊˌsɪn əˈvaɪ tɪs)

n.
inflammation of a tendon sheath, as from trauma, repeated strain, or disease.
[1885–90]
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tenosynovitis

Inflammation of the sheath around a tendon caused by rheumatism or bacterial infection.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tenosynovitis - inflammation of a tendon and its enveloping sheath
synovitis - inflammation of the synovial membrane that lines a synovial joint; results in pain and swelling
tendinitis, tendonitis, tenonitis - inflammation of a tendon
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Translations

ten·o·syn·o·vi·tis

n. tenosinovitis, infl. de la capa del tendón.
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tenosynovitis

n tenosinovitis f
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References in periodicals archive ?
The non-contrast MRI revealed multiple bony erosions and edema was noted to be severe on proximal carpal row along with extensive tenosynovitis of flexor tendons (Figure 3).
* DeQuervain's tenosynovitis, characterized by inflammation and swelling of the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist.
In addition to behavioural and mental health issues, physical and psychological problems have reportedly resulted from cell-phone abuse, such as rigidity in spine and muscle pain, ocular afflictions reflected in fatigue, dryness, blurry vision, irritation, orocular redness, auditory and tactile illusions - the sensation of having heard a ring or felt a vibration of a cell phone, and pain and weakness in the thumbs and wrists leading to an increased number of cases of de Quervain's tenosynovitis.8-12 Therefore, the need of time is to counter these effects, as they have become part of our daily lifestyle.
In April 2017, febrile arthritis of the left ankle and right knee appeared, along with bilateral wrist and finger tenosynovitis (online Technical Appendix, https://wwwnc.cdc.
Doctors revealed that the unnamed woman was suffering from tenosynovitis - the inflammation of the fluid-filled sheath surrounding a tendon, caused by repeating the same motion day after day.
There is a newly coined term called 'Whatsappitis', which has recently become popular, meaning that an incessant use of the thumb to text and operate cellular phones can damage your thumb muscle, causing tenosynovitis.
Deep infection, such as tenosynovitis, osteomyelitis, arthritis, and bursitis, can occur in 20-40% of the cases.
Local injection of corticosteroid is a common early treatment for various inflammatory and degenerative disorders of the upper extremity, including stenosing tenosynovitis (trigger finger), carpal tunnel syndrome, De Quervain's tenosynovitis, bursitis, epicondylitis, and arthritis.
Here, we present a case of an otherwise healthy 56-year-old man who presented with a case of chronic Mycobacterium kansasii tenosynovitis. In this case, the patient had been previously diagnosed with contact dermatitis, treated over the span of several years.
Due to its rare occurrence and overlap of its clinical symptoms with other entities, ACT of the hand and wrist is frequently misdiagnosed as acute infection, fracture, tenosynovitis, or crystalline arthropathy [4].