tenosynovitis

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Synonyms for tenosynovitis

inflammation of a tendon and its enveloping sheath

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It can also be used to treat a large number of problems such as back pain, repetitive strain injury, sciatica and migraine to name but a few.
Kevin Fleisch, chairman of the London Repetitive Strain Injury Support Group, said anything that encouraged high use of keyboards should be carefully policed.
Her GP had previously diagnosed a repetitive strain injury.
So much so that the European Union issued a directive to workplaces to ensure that those who work with computers don't suffer from eye strain, repetitive strain injury and tiredness.
A typist with the RAF is to be paid almost half a million pounds because she developed repetitive strain injury from typing and it made her depressed.
Home workers risk repetitive strain injury, back strain, poor pay and lack of understanding about their employment rights, according to the union's Halesowen-based West Midlands headquarters.
I've had more masses said for me - there's bloody nuns and priests with repetitive strain injury.
The strike is in protest at changes which the union claimed will lead to excessive monitoring of staff, de-skilling and exposure to repetitive strain injury.
Which TV presenter is suffering from repetitive strain injury because he has to keep picking up the phone on his show?
5m text messages being sent every day, which has generated an increase in the number of repetitive strain injury (RSI) cases reported.
5 million, fingers and thumbs are beginning to feel the strain, with an increase in cases of repetitive strain injury (RSI).
Stress was reported as a growing problem this year, as well as Repetitive Strain Injury and asbestos-related cases.
They can then log on to the "auntie" who will answer worries about chat rooms, repetitive strain injury and how to screen out porn.
In her book, "The Repetitive Strain Injury Recovery Book" (Walker and Co.
HEALTH problems identified by call centre workers include stress, headaches, repetitive strain injury and burn-out.
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