tendovaginitis (tenovaginitis) (ten-doh-vaj-i-ny-tis) n. inflammatory thickening of the fibrous sheath containing one or more tendons, usually caused by repeated minor injury. It usually occurs at the back of the thumb (de Quervain's t.) and results in pain on using the wrists.
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