Pathoanatomic findings in radiohumeral epicondylopathy

@article{Albrecht2004PathoanatomicFI,
  title={Pathoanatomic findings in radiohumeral epicondylopathy},
  author={Sven Albrecht and R. Cordis and H. Kleihues and W. W. Noack},
  journal={Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={116},
  pages={157-163}
}
Several authors believe that a compression syndrome of the radial nerve or its muscle branches is responsible for the clinical picture of radiohumeral epicondylopathy. Various structural and functional stenoses have been discussed as possible causes. We performed systematic electromyographies (EMGs) on the extensors subdividing from the radial epicondyle… CONTINUE READING