59 Y/o Male With Elbow Pain Recalcitrant To Steroids, Eccentric Exercises, And Prolotherapy - Page #3

Lab Studies:
The rheumatoid factor was negative.

Other Studies:
A musculoskeletal ultrasound of the right lateral elbow performed at our clinic during the initial visit showed a partial mid-substance tear at the proximal common extensor tendon measuring 5.5mm by 1.4 mm with associated neovascularization, as well as calcific changes and heterogeneity at the attachment of the tendon into the bone. Case Photo #2


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