Enthesophytes are abnormal bony projections at the attachment of a tendon or ligament. They are not to be confused with osteophytes, which are abnormal bony projections in joint spaces. It has been noted that Enthesophytes and osteophytes are bone responses for stress.
- "Bone formers: osteophyte and enthesophyte formation are positively associated". EXTENDED REPORTS. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. Retrieved 3 October 2012.
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