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Lateral and medial epicondylitis 

Lateral and medial epicondylitis
Lateral and medial epicondylitis

Nick Phillips

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date: 26 May 2022

Most common in middle age.

Classically ECRB affected laterally, Pronator teres and FCR medially.

Histology is angiofibroblastic hyperplasia-tendinosis, not inflammation.

Treatments include physical and injection therapy, as well as surgery.

Concomitant ulna neuritis medially reduces success of surgery.

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