MCID: RPT006
MIFTS: 9

Repetitive Stress Injuries

Categories: Muscle diseases

Aliases & Classifications for Repetitive Stress Injuries

MalaCards integrated aliases for Repetitive Stress Injuries:

Name: Repetitive Stress Injuries 53

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Summaries for Repetitive Stress Injuries

NINDS : 53 Repetitive motion disorders (RMDs) are a family of muscular conditions that result from repeated motions performed in the course of normal work or daily activities. RMDs include carpal tunnel syndrome, bursitis, tendonitis, epicondylitis, ganglion cyst, tenosynovitis, and trigger finger. RMDs are caused by too many uninterrupted repetitions of an activity or motion, unnatural or awkward motions such as twisting the arm or wrist, overexertion, incorrect posture, or muscle fatigue. RMDs occur most commonly in the hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders, but can also happen in the neck, back, hips, knees, feet, legs, and ankles. The disorders are characterized by pain, tingling, numbness, visible swelling or redness of the affected area, and the loss of flexibility and strength. For some individuals, there may be no visible sign of injury, although they may find it hard to perform easy tasks Over time, RMDs can cause temporary or permanent damage to the soft tissues in the body -- such as the muscles, nerves, tendons, and ligaments - and compression of nerves or tissue. Generally, RMDs affect individuals who perform repetitive tasks such as assembly line work, meatpacking, sewing, playing musical instruments, and computer work. The disorders may also affect individuals who engage in activities such as carpentry, gardening, and tennis.

MalaCards based summary : Repetitive Stress Injuries is related to carpal tunnel syndrome and tendinitis. Affiliated tissues include bone.

Related Diseases for Repetitive Stress Injuries

Diseases related to Repetitive Stress Injuries via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

# Related Disease Score Top Affiliating Genes
1 carpal tunnel syndrome 10.1
2 tendinitis 9.8
3 eye disease 9.8
4 tenosynovitis 9.8

Symptoms & Phenotypes for Repetitive Stress Injuries

Drugs & Therapeutics for Repetitive Stress Injuries

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Genetic Tests for Repetitive Stress Injuries

Anatomical Context for Repetitive Stress Injuries

MalaCards organs/tissues related to Repetitive Stress Injuries:

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Bone

Publications for Repetitive Stress Injuries

Articles related to Repetitive Stress Injuries:

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# Title Authors PMID Year
1
In Vivo Measurement of Thumb Joint Reaction Forces During Smartphone Manipulation: A Biomechanical Analysis. 61
31286563 2019
2
Hallux sesamoid fractures in young athletes. 61
31109214 2019
3
Non-radiation occupational hazards and health issues faced by radiologists - A cross-sectional study of Indian radiologists. 61
31000943 2019
4
Efficiency and perceived exertion of novel wheelchair wheels: A comparative study. 61
29771627 2018
5
The Importance of Subchondral Bone in the Pathophysiology of Osteoarthritis. 61
30211173 2018
6
Symptomatic Unilateral Spondylolysis Associated With Nonspondylolytic Lateral Clefts in Adults: Review of an Infrequently Reported Pathology. 61
28097079 2016
7
The inclusion of homemakers as an occupation amongst people with upper limb repetitive stress injuries. 61
27567794 2016
8
Orthopaedic Perspective on Barefoot and Minimalist Running. 61
26808173 2016
9
Impact of wheelchair seat height on neck and shoulder range of motion during functional task performance. 61
26853925 2016
10
Biomechanical modeling as a practical tool for predicting injury risk related to repetitive muscle lengthening during learning and training of human complex motor skills. 61
27104129 2016
11
Common medial elbow injuries in the adolescent athlete. 61
25840494 2015
12
A study of occupational health and safety measures in the Laundry Department of a private tertiary care teaching hospital, Bengaluru. 61
25006311 2014
13
Nature and incidence of upper limb injuries in professional cricket players a prospective observation. 61
23137197 2012
14
Foot strike and injury rates in endurance runners: a retrospective study. 61
22217561 2012
15
The effect of humeral torsion on rotational range of motion in the shoulder and throwing performance. 61
22257273 2012
16
The effects of feedback on computer workstation posture habits. 61
22246307 2012
17
The impact of the alexander technique on improving posture and surgical ergonomics during minimally invasive surgery: pilot study. 61
21855928 2011
18
Implementing volume ultrasound workflow. 61
19115713 2008
19
Time- and frequency-domain monitoring of the myoelectric signal during a long-duration, cyclic, force-varying, fatiguing hand-grip task. 61
17434755 2008
20
Repetitive stress symptoms in radiology: prevalence and response to ergonomic interventions. 61
18657788 2008
21
Regional foot pressure during running, cutting, jumping, and landing. 61
17989168 2008
22
Repetitive stress and strain injuries: preventive exercises for the musician. 61
17097483 2006
23
Comparative study of hands-on therapy with active exercises vs education with active exercises for the management of upper back pain. 61
16584949 2006
24
Isolated fibrillar damage in tendons stimulates local collagenase mRNA expression and protein synthesis. 61
16256123 2006
25
Effects of wheelchair posture on patient safety. 61
15598002 2004
26
Upper extremity work-related musculoskeletal disorders: a treatment perspective. 61
15552708 2004
27
Knee pain and bicycling: fitting concepts for clinicians. 61
20086406 2004
28
Gait analysis on the treadmill - monitoring exercise in the treatment of paraplegia. 61
11821965 2002
29
Carpal tunnel syndrome in female nurse anesthetists versus operating room nurses: prevalence, laterality, and impact of handedness. 61
11574368 2001
30
The consolidation of plaintiffs: the effects of number of plaintiffs on jurors' liability decisions, damage awards, and cognitive processing of evidence. 61
11125655 2000
31
Repetitive stress injury: diagnosis or self-fulfilling prophecy? 61
11005523 2000
32
Expert witness testimony: A trial judge's perspective. 61
10196416 1999
33
The 45 degree tilt: improvement in surgical ergonomics. 61
9951660 1999
34
Treatment of hand and wrist pain. A randomized clinical trial of high voltage pulsed, direct current built into a wrist splint. 61
9652236 1998
35
Sex work and health: a question of safety in the workplace. 61
9595900 1998
36
The use of MR imaging in the assessment and clinical management of stress reactions of bone in high-performance athletes. 61
9238311 1997
37
A program plan addressing carpal tunnel syndrome: the utility of King's goal attainment theory. 61
7626148 1995
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Repetitive stress injuries: relieving pain at the bottom line. 61
10164494 1995
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Elbow arthroscopy in a mostly athletic population. 61
8463583 1993
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Stress fractures in runners. 61
4053198 1985

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