Elbow arthroscopy in a mostly athletic population.

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The effectiveness of elbow arthroscopy was assessed in 35 consecutive patients (primarily weight lifters and baseball players) treated by one surgeon. The most commonly treated lesions were loose bodies and impinging spurs. Most elbow problems resulted from repetitive or acute athletic trauma. Repetitive stress injuries usually involved the athlete's… (More)

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