Examples of tendinitis in a Sentence
She was diagnosed with tendinitis of the elbow.
I have tendinitis in my knee.
Recent Examples of tendinitis from the Web
When Venus pulled out of the tournament because of tendinitis minutes before she was set to face Serena, the crowd was understandably angry.
Vince Ellis, Detroit Free Press The extra care with Reggie Jackson’s left knee tendinitis isn’t just about managing the joint pain.
Plus, there's the risk of tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and shoulder aches.
More significantly, Hendricks missed a month due to tendinitis in his right hand.
And Reggie Jackson, seeking a bounce-back season after struggling with left knee tendinitis, is on track to be on the floor when the team begins the earnest work of preparing to make the inaugural season at Little Caesars Arena a successful one.
Asked to carry more of the offensive burden because point guard Reggie Jackson missed the first 21 games of the season with left knee tendinitis, Caldwell-Pope played well.
Locke has been on the DL with left biceps tendinitis.
Castillo missed 13 games earlier this month with shoulder tendinitis that the team wanted to knock out.
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Did You Know?
Tendinitis is often seen in active, healthy people who do something that requires repeated motion, including golfers and tennis players (especially those with improper form), carpenters, and violinists. It's usually treated by keeping the joint from moving, by means of a splint, cast, or bandage. If not dealt with in time, tendinitis can turn into the more serious tendinosis, or tendon degeneration.
Origin and Etymology of tendinitis
First Known Use: circa 1900See Words from the same year
TENDINITIS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tendinitis for English Language Learners
medical : a painful condition in which a tendon in your arm, leg, etc., becomes inflamed
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