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pertaining to fascia
inflammation of fascia
incision into fascia
study of movement
pertaining to muscles
record of muscle electricity
pertaining to the heart muscle
surgical reapir of muscle
suture a muscle
inflammation of many muscles
surgical repair of a tendon
suture a tendon
incision into tendon
inflammation of tendon
pertaining to tendons
difficult or painful movement
lack of tone
scar tissure forming in the fascia surrounding a muscle, makeing it difficult to stretch the muscle
poor muscle development as a result of muscle disease, nervous system disease, or lack of use; commonly referred to as muscle wasting.
abnormal shortening of muscle fibers, tendons, or fascia making it difficult to stretch the muscle.
increase in muscle bulk as a result of using it, as in lifting weights
attacks of severe pain and lameness caused by ischemia of the muscles, typically the calf muscles; brought on by walking even very short distances.
sudden, involuntary, strong muscle contraction
severe neck spasms pulling the head to one side. Commonly called wryneck or a crick in the neck.
condition with widespread aching and pain in the muscles and soft tissue
Inflammation of the muscle attachment to the lateral epicondyle of the elbow. Often caused by strongly gripping. Commonly called tennis elbow.
inherited disease causing a profressive muscle degeneration, weakness, and atrophy
pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy
one type of inherited muscular dystrophy in which the muscle tissure is gradually replaced by fatty tissue, making the muscle look strong. Alson called Duchenne's muscular dystrophy
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Repetitve motion disorder with pain caused by compression of the finger flexor tendons and median nerve as they pass through the carpal tunnel of the wrist.
cyst that forms on tendon shealth, usually on hand, wrist, or ankle
repetitve motion disorder
Group of chronic disorders involving the tendon, muscle, joint, and nerve damge, resulting from the tissue being subjectd to pressure, vibreation, or repetitve movements for prolonged perionds
Rotator cuff injury
The roator cuff consists of the joint capsule of the shoulder joint reinforced by the tendons from several shoulder muscles. THe high degree of flexibilty at the shoulder joint put the rotaor cuff at risk for strain and tearing.
Damage to the muscle, tendons, or ligaments due to overuse or overstretching.