Definition of Fibromyositis
What does Fibromyositis mean?
- local inflammation of muscle and connective tissue
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Fibromyositis
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Advanced Health Assessment & Clinical Diagnosis in Primary Care (2012)
by Joyce E. Dains, Linda Ciofu Baumann, Pamela Scheibel
Fibrositis (Myofascitis, Fibromyositis) Fibromyositis is a response to underlying conditions, such as polymyalgia rheumatica, RA, ankylosing spondylitis, hypothyroidism, neuritis, and viral infection, that generate major muscle tension around a ...
Exercising the Alternative (2008)
Healthy Living Through Disease Management by Gene F. Mahaffey
Fibromyositis is a condition whereby a person has pain in muscles and tendons with activity. It is quite painful and requires medication for pain relief. It may be associated with stressful athletic activity and trauma to tissues.
Foundations for Integrative Musculoskeletal Medicine (2005)
An East-west Approach by Alon Marcus
Fibromyositis is a pathological condition in which the elastic fibers in the muscle are lost and do not regenerate. It can lead to permanent contractures (Dvorak ibid ). It has been suggested that some emotional states can lead to postural and ...
Encyclopedia of Wellness (2012)
by Sharon K. Zoumbaris
Over time, the terms fibrositis, fibromyositis, muscular rheumatism, and even “tender lady syndrome” have all been used to describe this disorder.
The Encyclopedia of Sleep and Sleep Disorders (2009)
by Charles Pollak, Jan Yager, Michael J. Thorpy
Fibrositis syndrome has also been called rheumatic pain modulation disorder, fibromyositis syndrome or fibromyalgia. final awakening See WAKE TIME. final wake-up See WAKE TIME. first night effect A pattern of increased SLEEP LATENCY, ...
The American illustrated medical dictionary. 1916 (1915)
8th ed. 1916 printing
Fibromyositis. inomyxoma (in"o-mik-so'mah) [Gr. Is fiber + myxoma]. Fihromyxoma. inoneuroma (in"o-nu-ro'mah). Fibroneuroma. inoperable (in-op'er- ab-1). Not suitable to be operated upon. inopexia (in-o-pek'se-ah) [Gr. Is fiber -f ttjj£is ...
A practical medical dictionary ... (1914)
by Thomas Lathrop Stedman
Fibromyositis. fibromyoma, pi. fibromyo' mala, (fi"bro- mi-o'-mah) Inomyoma, a myoma containing a considerable admixture of fibrous tissue.
The American illustrated medical dictionary (1922)
by William Alexander Newman Dorland, Edgar Calvin Le Roy Miller
Fibromyositis. inomyxoma (in"o-mik-so'mah) [Gr. Is fiber + myxoma]. Fibromyxoma. inoneuroma (in"o-nu-ro'mah). Fibroneuroma. inoperable (in-op'er- ab-1). Not suitable to be operated upon. inopexia (in-o-pek'se-ah) [Gr. Is fiber + irijfis fixation] ...
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