enthesopathy

[ ĕn′thĭ-sŏpə-thē ]

n.

A disease occurring at the site of attachment of muscle tendons and ligaments to bones or joint capsules.

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Other words from enthesopathy

en•the′so•pathic (ĕn-thē′sə-păthĭk) adj.
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