Tendinopathy of the elbow characterized by pain and tenderness at the origins of the wrist flexors/extensors at the humeral epicondyles
May be acute (traumatic) or chronic (overuse)
Pain localized to lateral or medial elbow
Aching pain, often radiates from epicondyle to forearm or wrist
Pain with gripping
Sensation of mild forearm weakness
If left untreated, symptoms typically last betwe...
Cullinane FL, Boocock MG, Trevelyan FC. Is eccentric exercise an effective treatment for lateral epicondylitis? A systematic review. Clin Rehabil. 2014;28(1):3–19. [View Abstr...
M77.00 Medial epicondylitis, unspecified elbow
M77.10 Lateral epicondylitis, unspecified elbow
M77.01 Medial epicondylitis, right elbow
M77.02 Medial epicondylitis, left elbow
M77.12 Lateral ep...
ME (golfer’s elbow) is characterized by pain and tenderness at the tendinous origins of the wrist flexors at the medial epicondyle.
LE (tennis elbow) is characterized by pain and tender...
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