What REPETITIVE MOTION DISORDERS means: Repetitive Motion Disorders - Any of various injuries caused by repetitive motion which may include Carpal tunnel syndrome, Bursitis, Tendonitis, Epicondylitis, Ganglion cyst, Tenosynovitis, Trigger finger, Writer's cramp, Repetitive Strain Injury, Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome, Tennis elbow, golfer's elbow.
- Definition Ramsay Hunt Syndrome II:
- Dictionary Syndrome II - a disorder that is caused by the reactivation of pre-existing herpes zoster virus in a nerve cell bundle (the geniculate ganglion). The neurons in this ganglion are responsible for the repetitive motion disorders.
- Definition Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome:
- Dictionary Dystrophy Syndrome - RSDS, also called: Causalgia, CRPS, Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, involves a disturbance in the sympathetic nervous system which is the network of nerves located alongside the repetitive motion disorders.
- Definition Riley-Day Syndrome:
- Dictionary A very rare congenital disorder of the autonomic nervous system, occurring almost exclusively in Ashkenazi Jewish children. Symptoms include lack of tears, emotional instability, relative repetitive motion disorders.
- Definition Rheumatic Encephalitis - Sydenham Chorea (SD):
- Dictionary Encephalitis - Sydenham chorea (SD) is a neurological disorder of childhood resulting from infection via Group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus (GABHS), the bacterium that causes rheumatic fever. SD is repetitive motion disorders.