Physiotherapy treatment for tennis elbow: a systematic review. Palavras-chave: Cotovelo de tenista. Objective: evaluate the effectiveness and safety of different physical therapy interventions used in the conservative treatment of lateral epicondylitis. There was no restriction of the period and publication of articles aiming to increase the sensitivity and accuracy; the search strategy used was adapted for each database. We used the score of the PEDro scale for assessing the methodological quality of randomized controlled trials. RESULTS: 26 articles were included in the systematic review, and the evaluation of most of these articles had satisfactory methodological quality 6.
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J Bone Joint Surg Am. Clin Sports Med. Molecular composition and pathology of entheses on the medial and lateral epicondyles of the humerus: a structural basis for epicondylitis. Ann Rheum Dis. Lateral and medial epicondylitis of the elbow.
J Am Acad Orthop Surg. Dr Adam C. Watts and Dr Paul M. Soloman, and Dr Hugo B. Sanchez, previous contributors to this monograph. Lateral epicondyle tendinopathy: summary of the evidence for physical therapy interventions external link opens in a new window. Practice parameter for the performance and interpretation of magnetic resonance imaging MRI of the elbow external link opens in a new window.
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Novos exames Doppler e ultrassonografia do cotovelo Mais novos exames. Adam C. Paul M. Brent A. Ponce, MD. Lateral epicondyle tendinopathy: summary of the evidence for physical therapy interventions external link opens in a new window Practice parameter for the performance and interpretation of magnetic resonance imaging MRI of the elbow external link opens in a new window Mais diretrizes.
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Arthroscopic Treatment for Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis
Objective: To report the clinical and functional results from arthroscopic release of the short radial extensor of the carpus SREC in patients with chronic lateral epicondylitis that was refractory to conservative treatment. Methods: Over the period from January to November , 15 patients underwent arthroscopic treatment. The surgical technique used was the one described by Romeo and Cohen, based on anatomical studies on cadavers. The inclusion criteria were that the patients needed to present lateral epicondylitis and that conservative treatment analgesics, anti-inflammatory agents, corticoid infiltration or physiotherapy had failed over a period of more than six months.