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Title: Lateral epicondylitis
Authors: Mifsud, Daniela
Keywords: Elbow -- Wounds and injuries
Overuse injuries
Tennis elbow -- Treatment
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Medical Portals Ltd.
Citation: Mifsud, D. (2018). Lateral epicondylitis. The Synapse : the Medical Professionals' Network, 17(6), 14.
Abstract: Lateral Epicondylitis or, as known by many, tennis elbow, is an overuse syndrome of the extensor muscles of the forearm that can affect anyone ranging from elite tennis players to house wives, musicians and manual labourers. Despite being linked with tennis players, hence the colloquial name, it also affects a wide array of athletes ranging from swimmers to baseball and squash players amongst others.
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