Elbow pain

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Lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is one of the most common lesions of the arm. This injury may last for several weeks or months, with the average duration of a typical episode reported to be between six months and two years.

Tennis elbow is defined as pain on the facet of the lateral epicondyle, which is reproduced by digital palpation on the above site, resisted wrist extension, resisted middle finger extension, and gripping.The dominant arm is commonly affected, with a prevalence ...

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