Tenosynovitis is the inflammation of the fluid-filled sheath that surrounds a tendon. Symptoms of tenosynovitis include pain, swelling, and difficulty moving the particular joint where the inflammation occurs. When the...
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Alternate Names : Inflammation of the tendon sheath
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Can tenosynovitis or tendonitis be prevented?
There is no proof that anything can prevent a bout of tenosynovitis or tendonitis. However, the following are sensible suggestions that may help to prevent a recurrence: ...
Tenosynovitis and tendinitis occur as a result of injury or overuse or is secondary to inflammatory joint conditions.
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Transient synovitis of the hip, also called toxic synovitis, is an inflammation and swelling of the tissues around the hip joint. Usually only one hip is affected. This condition is called "transient" because it lasts only a short time.
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De Quervain's tenosynovitis is an inflammation of the sheaths of the tendons that move the thumb up and out (away from the hand).
De Quervain's tenosynovitis or washerwoman's sprain, is a painful wrist condition involving two of the tendons at the wrist - the thumb extensors called Extensor pollicus brevis and abductor pollicus longus at the base of the thumb.
De Quervain's Tenosynovitis
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Symptoms of de Quervain's tenosynovitis include:
Pain near the base of your thumb
Swelling near the base of your thumb
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Tendinitis and Tenosynovitis
Painful inflammation of a tendon (tendinitis) or of a tendon sheath (tenosynovitis)
More common in adults
More common in athletes
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Infection with Mycoplasma synoviae may be seen in chickens and turkeys in association with synovitis and/or airsacculitis. It occurs in most poultry-producing countries, especially in commercial layer flocks. Infection rates may be very high.
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synovitis - inflammation of the synovial membrane, the tissue that lines and protects the joint.
synovium - a fibrous envelope that produces a fluid to help to reduce friction and wear in a joint.
Synovitis: Inflammation of the joints resulting from inflamed synoviumj this results in joint inflammation (arthritis).
synovitis Inflammation (swelling, pain, and warmth) of a synovial membrane, which is a layer of connective tissue that lines a joint, such as the hip, knee, ankle, or shoulder. Synovitis is caused by some types of arthritis and other diseases.
tensan vats noun a painful inflammation of the tendon sheath and the tendon inside Also called peritendinitis ...
If the sheath surrounding the tendon (rather than the tendon itself) becomes inflamed, the condition is called tenosynovitis. Tendonitis and tenosynovitis can occur at the same time.
Most cases of tenosynovitis are caused by one of the following: ...
Tenosynovitis of the Thumb (DeQuervain's type)
Presentation and Anatomy: Repetitive abduction and adduction of the thumb can irritate the tendons of the extensor policis brevis and abductor policis longus muscles.
Tenosynovitis-Inflammation of a tendon and its enveloping sheath, usually resulting from overuse injury.
Zoonosis-Any disease of animals that can be transmitted to humans. Rabies is an example of a zoonosis.
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Synovitis and Tenosynovitis in Diseases Classified Elsewhere
Radial Styloid Tenosynovitis; de Quervains Disease ...
synovitis (inflamed joint lining) of the knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist, or ankle
injuries to the shoulder, such as rotator cuff tendon tears, impingement syndrome, and dislocations ...
Sprains and Strains
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Synovitis-acne-pustulosis Hyperostosis-osteomyelitis [syndrome]
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Synovitis (inflammation in the joints)
Hyperostosis (abnormal bony growths)
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The inflammation of the membrane, (synovium) which lines a joint.
Tenosynovitis is an inflammation of the tenosynovium, a sheath that covers tendons. Tendons are the cords that connect bones to muscles in the body. Tenosynovitis can occur in any tendon with a synovial sheath.
Tenosynovitis. This is when the infection spreads to the sheath that surrounds the tendons in your finger. It causes pain, swelling and tenderness around the affected area.
Tenosynovitis is typically caused by injury to the tendon or surrounding muscle or bone.
Tenosynovitis (inflammation of the tendon sheath) of the wrist associated with typing or operating a word processor is the injury now most frequently reported, although sewing machine operators and DIY enthusiasts face similar problems.
Tenosynovitis is swelling of the slippery covering of the tendons that move the thumb. When it causes pain on the side of the wrist and forearm right below the base of the thumb, it is known as De Quervain's tenosynovitis.
Synovitis and arthritis also occur.
The chronic stage is the result of lymphatic obstruction, commonly in the retroperitoneum. This can cause: ...
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Possibly synovitis, bursitis, pitting edema of extremities
Creatinine kinase, ANA, RF, ESR
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Synovitis, Acne, Palmoplantar pustulosis, Hyperostosis, aseptic Osteomyelitis.
Appearance due to dactylitis - usually refers to seronegative spondylarthritis (especially psoriatic arthritis).
Transient Synovitis (Inflammation) of the Hip
This is the most common form of arthritis in children. It can develop suddenly between two and ten years of age and then disappear after a short time, with no serious lasting effects.
Tenosynovitis is an inflammation of the tendon sheath.
This can occur as a result of repeated or prolonged activities, including for example - forceful exertion, ...
Tumors of Joint Tissue (tumors of joints start in the synovium) - Nodular tenosynovitis; synovial sarcoma
Tumors of Blood Vessels and Lymph Vessels - Hemangiomas; lymphangiomas; angiosarcomas; Kaposi's sarcoma; hemangioendothelioma ...
16,000 classified as rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory polyarthropathies.
92,000 with synovitis and tenosynovitis
67,000 with myalgia and myositis, unspecified
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Wright PE II. Carpal tunnel, ulnar tunnel, and stenosing tenosynovitis. In: Canale ST, Beatty JH, eds. Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics. 11th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Mosby Elsevier; 2007:chap 73.
De Quervain’s tendonitis (or tenosynovitis)
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This reaction, or inflammation, is called synovitis, and it results in the warmth, redness, swelling, and pain that are typical symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.
Familial hypercholesterolaemia commonly presents with Achilles tenosynovitis. Annals of Rheumatic Disease, 65: 312-315.
Van der Linden PD, et al. (2003).
The following is a list of these conditions: a Baker's cyst, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, chondromalacia patella (damage to the cartilage behind the knee), De Quervain's tenosynovitis (which is a painful inflammation of the tendons connected to ...
Recurrent Fluctuant Mass of the Wrist and Forearm Associated with Chronic Tenosynovitis by… more…
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In RA, white blood cells travel to the synovium (the membranes that surround joints) and cause inflammation, or synovitis.
White blood cells, the agents of the immune system, travel to the synovium and cause inflammation (synovitis), characterised by warmth, redness, swelling, and pain--typical symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.
Trigger finger is a condition in which it is difficult to straighten a finger (or fingers) once bent. The medical term for trigger finger is stenosing tenosynovitis.
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Paronychia: Appears along the edge of a nail
Felon: Infects the pulp of a fingertip
Impetigo: Appears as a blister in young children or a yellow crusted ulcer in older people)
Furuncle: Infects a hair follicle
Tenosynovitis: Infects the flexor ...
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Arthritis, which can cause wearing away of the disc or inflammation of the membranes lining the joint (synovitis). Scar tissue within the joint (adhesions). In rare cases, tumors in or near the jaw joint.
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