Recent Examples of fasciitis from the Web
Redding has been dealing with plantar fasciitis, however, since returning from the U-20 World Cup earlier this month.
There’s the plantar fasciitis in Pujols's right foot that caused him to miss 63 games in 2013 and has hobbled him since.
Strep throat that goes untreated can progress to more serious conditions like: scarlet fever, characterized by rash meningitis necrotizing fasciitis, commonly called flesh-eating disease The latter three can be fatal.
She was hospitalized and ended up contracting the flesh-eating bacteria necrotizing fasciitis, which led to the double-amputation.
Dean didn’t have necrotizing fasciitis, Algren said.
The wrong shoe can lead to a blister, a painful bout of plantar fasciitis or lost toenail that can turn any run from uncomfortable to downright unbearable.
Forsythe has had surgeries to remove a sesamoid in both feet and suffered from plantar fasciitis in his right foot.
After diagnosing plantar fasciitis in the patient’s foot and ordering a knee X-ray, Dr. Hawkinberry gave him a nonnarcotic, prescribed physical therapy and told him to come back in a month.
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Origin and Etymology of fasciitis
First Known Use: 1893See Words from the same year
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