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Achilles tendinitis is tendinitis of the Achilles tendon, generally precipitated by overuse of the affected limb and is more common among athletes training under less than ideal conditions. It should not be confused with xanthoma of the tendon, which is the accumulation...
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Achilles tendinitis - diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, sports massage ... Achilles tendinitis. Anterior compartment syndrome. Partial rupture of achilles tendon ...
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Illustrations, definition, symptoms, and treatment and prognosis.
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Health Library > Health Encyclopedia > Achilles tendinitis. Printable Version ... a weak or tight Achilles tendon is a set-up for tendinitis. Review Date: 9/21 ...
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Surgical Treatment of Achilles Tendinitis by Decompression of the ... Achilles tendinitis in ... of surgical management of Achilles tendinitis in runners. ...
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Achilles tendinitis — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment of this ... Achilles tendinitis resulting from overuse can occur when you ...
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Achilles tendinopathy. Achilles tendinopathy includes one of two conditions: ... In most cases Achilles tendon pain is the result of tendinosis, not tendinitis. ...
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Introduction·Achilles Tendinitis· Approach to Sports Injuries· Exercise ... Achilles tendinitis is very common in running athletes. ...
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... the Achilles tendon), or patellar tendinitis (jumper's knee, affecting the ... syndrome, Patellar tendinitis, Achilles tendinitis, Calcaneal spur, ...
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What is Achilles tendinitis? Achilles tendinitis is an inflammation ... People with Achilles tendinitis may experience pain during and after exercising. ...
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Achilles tendinitis; courtesy of Good Samaritan Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland MD ... weak or tight Achilles tendon is a set-up for tendinitis. Review Date: 8 ...
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Achilles tendinitis is probably more common in other sports such as basketball ... Achilles Tendinitis may also be due to some faulty foot mechanics. ...
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Achilles tendinitis is inflammation, irritation, and swelling of the ... Overusing a weak or tight Achilles tendon makes you more likely to develop tendinitis. ...
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Achilles tendinitis Achilles tendinitis Classification and external resources ICD - 10 M 76.6 ICD - 9 726.71 DiseasesDB 31726 eMedicine sports/2
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Includes information on the causes of the syndrome.
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