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A sprain affects the bone, while a strain does no

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What is the between a strain and a sprain?

Strain - muscle/tendons Sprain - ligaments


What is differwnce between strain and sprain?

A sprain refers to the overstretching of ligaments. A strain reders to the overstretching of muscles.


The stretching and tearing of muscles and tendons is called?

strain and sprain involves the ligaments


What is the Difference between a muscle strain and a muscle sprain?

NO, You misunderstand the definitions. A sprain affects a joint and a strain affects a muscle E.G. I sprained my ankle and strained my calf. NO, You misunderstand the definitions. A sprain affects a joint and a strain affects a muscle E.G. I sprained my ankle and strained my calf.


How do you prevent a sprain or strain?

by taking care of yourself


Is it possible to sprain a back muscle?

No. A sprain is an injury to a ligament. It is possible, however, to strain a back muscle.


What is the icd 9 code for rhomboid strain?

847.9 (sprain and strain of unspecified site of back)


What area of the ankle is vulnerable to sprain and strain injuries?

Achilles


What is worse sprain or strain?

Sprains, strains, and scrapes


Is Lumbar strain and lumbosacral strain the same thing?

No, lumbar strain refers to an injury to the muscles and tendons in the lower back region, specifically the lumbar spine. Lumbosacral strain, on the other hand, involves muscle or tendon irritation in the lower back and the top of the sacrum. While they both affect the lower back area, lumbosacral strain involves the junction where the lumbar spine meets the sacrum.


What is a thorace sprain?

Injury to the ligament (sprain) or to the muscle (strain) of the thoracic (mid-back) region usually accompanied by tearing of the tissue


What is the difference between and sprain a strain and a fracture?

A strain is an overstretched or "pulled" or torn muscle. a sprain is an overstretched or torn ligament (holds bones together at a joint), and a fracture is a crack, chip, break or crush of a bone.