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tennis elbow

a painful inflammation of the elbow caused by exertion in playing tennis and similar games

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The diagnosis of lateral epicondylitis is based upon a history of pain over the lateral epicondyle and findings on physical examination, including local tenderness directly over the lateral epicondyle, (43) pain aggravated by resisted wrist extension and radial deviation, pain with resisted middle finger extension, and decreased grip strength or pain aggravated by strong gripping.
Extracorporal shock wave therapy without local anesthesia for chronic lateral epicondylitis.
Strength and pain measures associated with lateral epicondylitis bracing.
Evidence from one RCT suggests that reassurance and advice by a physician is less effective, in the short-term, than multimodal care by a physical therapist or corticosteroid injection by a physician for persistent lateral epicondylitis (Table 3).
MR imaging findings of lateral ulnar collateral ligament abnormalities in patients with lateral epicondylitis.
Sims and colleagues published a meta-analysis evaluating nonsurgical treatments for lateral epicondylitis.
Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) and medical epicondylitis (golfer's elbow) are two very common causes of elbow pain.
Le parole chiave sono state combinate nel seguente modo: lateral epicondylitis OR tennis elbow AND shock wave therapy OR extracorporeal OR radial and treatment.
Because the hand is so complex, Ahearn gets to deal with a host of maladies that includes thumb pain, osteoarthritis, trigger finger, tennis elbow - lateral epicondylitis, to be precise - tendinopathy and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Repetitive eccentric loading of these muscles may lead to overload and the onset of lateral epicondylitis.
This non- invasive treatment has emerged as a non- surgical treatment option for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including chronic plantar fasciitis and lateral epicondylitis, over the years.

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