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Enthesopathy

Enthesopathy: Introduction

Any abnormality of the site where the tendon joins to the bone. Abnormalities that can occur includes inflammation and calcification. Some causes of this condition are Tennis elbow and Postman's heel. ...more »

Symptoms of Enthesopathy

  • Symptoms of underlying cause
  • Pain at tendon and ligament insertion sites
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Causes of Enthesopathy

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Misdiagnosis and Enthesopathy

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