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Pain relief after intratendinous injections in patients with tennis elbow: results of a randomised study
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    Re: The injected agent with color Doppler– does it matter in tennis elbow? Tennis elbow –impingement

    Dear Editor

    Tennis elbow – impingement at the common extensor origin? Case report

    We thank Dr Knobloch and colleagues for raising questions of the influence of elbow position on the area with high blood flow seen in the common extensor origin and outcome measurement in patients with painful tennis elbow. The first question raised is if the grip strength with 900 elbow flexion might change as well as th...

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    The injected agent with color Doppler– does it matter in tennis elbow?
    • Karsten Knobloch
    • Other Contributors:
      • Nicola Hoffmann, Berit Schiffke, Bjoern Redeker, Peter M. Vogt

    Dear Editor

    The injected agent with color Doppler– does it matter in tennis elbow?

    We read with great interest the recent randomised, double-blinded controlled cross-over trial by Dr. Zeisig and colleagues evaluating ultrasound and color Doppler guided injections in the proximal forearm in tennis elbow. We would like to comment on some issues.

    Grip strength was considered as “the best objective...

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