Enthesitis and Enthesopathy Center

The area where ligament or tendon inserts to bone is called the enthesis. Inflammation of the enthesis is called enthesitis. An abnormality of the entheses is referred to as enthesopathy. Swelling, stiffness, pain, and warmth are symptoms of enthesitis and enthesopathy. Treatment involves anti-inflammatory drugs, rest, and applying cold packs. Read more: Enthesitis and Enthesopathy Article

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