This article describes a quick and effective assessment process for elbow pain that can be carried out in just 10 minutes. Although tendinopathy accounts for the elbow pain of most patients seen in the primary care setting, there are many other possible causes. This article covers the causes of pain at the different areas of the elbow, the mechanical injuries associated with certain sports as well as history taking, examination, investigations and management. It is accompanied by 14 tables and figures that will help you to make a detailed and accurate diagnosis for your patient.
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