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Synonyms for tenosynovitis

inflammation of a tendon and its enveloping sheath

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17) Staphylococcus species of bacteria are commonly implicated in cases of arthritis and tenosynovitis in poultry; however, this is difficult to sample and culture reliably, because routine aerobic culture of joints experimentally injected with Staphylococcus species in dogs was shown to have false negative rates greater than 50% of the time.
These patients may benefit from open surgical or arthroscopic resection of an os trigonum or tenosynovitis debridement of the area.
Magnetic resonance imaging showed extensive tenosynovitis of the carpal tunnel flexor tendons and no bone erosions.
16) Tenosynovitis is also a common feature of RA, particularly involving the flexor digitorum, extensor digitorum, and extensor carpi ulnaris tendons (Figure 17).
Tubercular tenosynovitis of extensor tendons of foot-a rare presentation of musculoskeletal tuberculosis in an infant.
Chronic presentation is closely linked to a healing process of a fracture with subsequent calcification, remodeling, or chronic diastasis of the os peroneum with a variable frequency of tenosynovitis of the peroneus longus tendon.
Although arthralgia is the most common musculoskeletal manifestation, many authors have described the presence of inflammatory polyarthritis, tenosynovitis, enthesopathies, and bone erosions (10, 11, 14).
In the differential diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome cervical disc protrusion, syringomyelia, cervical costa syndrome, scalenus anticus syndrome, De Quervain tenosynovitis and amyloid neuropathy in Rukavina type should be kept in mind [3].
Normal radiographic anatomy of the DFTS using contrast tenography for the investigation of chronic tenosynovitis was described in 1986 [2, 3].
Inflammation of the soft tissues is revealed on MRI scanning (especially after contrast injection of gadolinium) and indicates joint inflammation (synovitis) and tenosynovitis.
Carrion claims to have suffered finger inflammation and infection, along with cellulitis, an abcess and tenosynovitis - a condition that can cause pain, swelling and joint stiffness.
Occupational therapist working with CardioFlex Therapy can treat all Orthopedic injuries, including Shoulders, Elbow & Wrist, Hands, Fingers & Joints, Carpal Tunnel, Trigger Finger, Radiating Pain & Numbness, Ulnar Nerve Compression, Medial Nerve Compression, De Quervain's Syndrome, Fractures, Dislocations, Tendon Tears & Strains, Ligament Tears & Strains, Muscle Tears & Strains, Tendonitis, Bursitis, Tenosynovitis, Osteoarthritis (OA), Pre-Surgery, Post-Surgery, Total Joint Replacements, Cartilage Tears & Pain, Chronic Pain, Strains & Sprains, and Postural Misalignment.
The syndrome is frequently associated with nonspecific teno-synovial edema and rheumatoid tenosynovitis.
Twenty-seven patients underwent surgery for FHL tenosynovitis over a period of 18 months.