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I need help with this question. When Rick has inflammation of the connective tissue in his wrist, he has _____. bursitis sore muscles a fractured wrist tendonitis

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Wow, notifications really must not be working. Eeek. :/ The names of the diseases will help you. Inflammations and infections usually end in "-itis" so that makes two of the options possible and makes two others impossible. The only thing left to do is distinguish whether the connective tissue in the wrist is a tendon or whether it is a bursae. Any thoughts?

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You might look at the second part of the question this way. Wrists contain many tendons - many muscles attaching to bones - but they don't contain any bursae at all.
so he will have fractured his wrist???
its the tendonitis
I agree - tendonitis. :)

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