Tennis elbow or humeral epicondylitis is a minor ailment, but to a tennis player, a golfer, a gardener, or a skier, it can be a threat to his way of life. The entity is therefore worthy of prevention and treatment. This is a report on the study of 174 patients with epicondylitis of the elbow, with special reference to the effective treatment by an elbow brace.
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