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Romeo discusses the diagnosis and treatment of lateral, medial epiphandylitis

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KOLOA, Hawaii — Although the elbow is not the most common area where surgeons see problems, when these problems occur, the lateral epicondylitis is the most common diagnosis, according to a presenter here.
In his presentation at Orthopedics Today Hawaii, Anthony A. Romeo, MD, said that when diagnosing a patient with lateral epicondylitis, it is important that surgeons make sure the patient’s pain is not being caused by another issue. He stated that if the pain isn’t coming from the extensor radialis brevis, it is not lateral Epicondylitis.
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