overuse injury

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An injury caused by overexerting the body with excessive workloads at a normal frequency of movement, with normal workloads at an increased frequency of movement, or with low workloads at an excessively rapid frequency of movement. Overuse injuries often occur at the microscopic level and are caused by repeated microtrauma.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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