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    Inflammation of tendon. (Tendinitis)


A reaction to an injury to the body - by infection, chemicals or physical agents. The symptoms can be - depending on the location of the injury- redness, swelling, heat and pain. The purpose of the inflammation is to dilute and destroy the agent causing the inflammation. To do this, the immune system starts a cascade of actions that causes active cells to gather at the affected location. It is these cells and fluids that cause the redness, swelling, heat and pain.

Band of fibrous tissue by which muscle is attached to bone.


An inflammation in a tendon or the tendon covering.

Band of fibrous tissue by which muscle is attached to bone.

Tendring doctors
All doctors near Tendring, Great Britain. Doctors who can assist a patient in Tendring.


Trench mouth
Gum disease characterized by severe mouth sores and loss of tissue. See ANUG.

A white blood cell concerned with immunity. It does not produce antibodies.

Takayasu's arteritis
A form of giant cell arteritis which afflicts mainly younger females. Predominantly affects aortic arch vessels. (Pulseless disease).

Temporal arteritis
A vasculitic disorder which presents with head pain and scalp tenderness and a high ESR. Sudden loss of vision may occur due to retinal artery occlusion. Part of the polymyalgia rheumatica disease spectrum. Also known as cranial or giant cell arteritis.

Band of fibrous tissue by which muscle is attached to bone.


Tennis elbow
Lateral humeral epicondylitis. (An enthesitis).

Tinel's sign
Paraesthesiae (mainly in the middle finger) experienced on percussion over the flexor retinaculum at the wrist. Suggests carpal tunnel syndrome.

Subcutaneous nodule composed of urate. Seen in chronic gout.

Abnormal posture of the head due to spasm of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

Trendelenburg sign
Drooping of the pelvis on the other side if all the weight is borne on a diseased hip.

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