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A strain is an injury to a muscle or tendon in which the muscle fibers tear as a result of overstretching. Strains are also colloquially known as pulled muscles. The equivalent injury to a ligament is a sprain.
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This article provides information about sprains and strains. ... Common Types of Sprains and Strains - Diagnosis of an Injury ...
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What's a sprain? What's a strain? Find out in this article for kids. ... Even though both can hurt a lot, strains are not as serious as sprains. ...
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Broken bones and torn muscles, ligaments, and tendons are not uncommon in children. Find out what to do if your child experiences any breaks, strains, or sprains.
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Sprains and strains — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment, prevention of ligament and muscle damage. ... People commonly call strains "pulled" muscles. ...
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Find out about strains and sprains, muscle injuries, pulled muscles, and torn ligaments, ... What are Sprains & Strains. Keeping Cramps at Bay. Treating ...
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Sprains and Strains(Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research) ... Hip Strains(American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) ...
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People are able to move because muscles contract and make the joints that they cross, move. ... Lumbosacral Spine Sprain/Strain Injuries " ...
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Strains - Definition of Strains at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... Often, strains. ... antibiotics is a feature of certain strains of bacteria. ...
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Do you know the difference between a sprain and a strain? ... Healthcare Center - Muscle Strains Healthcare Center - MuscleSprains Ankle Sprain Images ...
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Medical Health Encyclopedia. Strains. Healthy Recipes. Diet tools. Food ... Strains. Definition: A strain is when a muscle becomes overstretched and tears. ...
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A strain or sprain occurs when the muscle tendon unit is stretched or torn. ... For strains or sprains, the pain can increase in the first 1-2 days, as the ...
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Chronic strains are usually caused by moving the muscles and tendons the same way over and over. Where Do Strains Usually Occur? ...
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Elbow strains sometimes occur in people who participate in ... Treatments for sprains and strains are similar and can be thought of as having two stages. ...
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... spectrometry revealed that both strains expressed a non-sialylated outer core ... Consequently, not all C. jejuni strains isolated from the faeces of a GBS ...
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Sprains And Strains Facts plus the Latest News on Sprains And Strains Treatments - HealthNewsflash ... Between a Sprain and a Strain? What Causes a Sprain? ...
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Information about strains in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... (the sound of) a tune I heard the strains of a hymn coming from the church. ...
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