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General Elbow Conditions

  • Tendonitis: Inflammation of the tendons around the elbow, often resulting from overuse or repetitive strain.
  • Tennis Elbow: A type of tendonitis that causes pain on the outside of the elbow due to repetitive motions, commonly associated with playing tennis or other activities.
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A condition caused by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist, leading to pain, numbness, and tingling, which can affect the elbow.
  • Medial/Lateral Epicondylitis: Inflammation of the tendons on the inner (medial) or outer (lateral) side of the elbow, causing pain and tenderness.
  • Bursitis: Inflammation of the bursa, a small fluid-filled sac near the elbow joint, leading to pain and swelling.

Post-Surgery and Stabilization

  • Post-operative Elbow Conditions: Complications or conditions that arise following elbow surgery.
  • Elbow Surgery: Various surgical procedures to repair or correct elbow issues.
  • Tendon or Muscle Repair: Surgical intervention to mend damaged tendons or muscles around the elbow.
  • Post-surgical ROM (Range of Motion) Limitation: Restricted movement in the elbow joint following surgery.
  • Post-operative Stabilization: Steps taken to ensure the elbow remains stable and heals properly after surgery.
  • Subluxation After Stroke: Partial dislocation of the elbow joint that can occur as a complication after a stroke.

Chronic and Repetitive Strain Injuries

  • Chronic Edema: Long-term swelling in the elbow due to fluid buildup.
  • Strains: Overstretching or tearing of muscles or tendons around the elbow.
  • Sprains: Overstretching or tearing of ligaments in the elbow.
  • Joint Inflammation: Swelling and pain in the elbow joint due to inflammation.
  • Golfer’s Elbow: Pain and inflammation on the inner side of the elbow, often due to repetitive stress from activities like golfing.
  • Joint Stiffness and Contractures: Reduced flexibility and permanent tightening of muscles or tendons around the elbow, limiting its motion.

Specific Injuries and Repairs

  • Ligament Repair: Surgical procedures aimed at repairing torn or damaged ligaments in the elbow.
  • Instability: Lack of stability in the elbow joint, which can lead to frequent dislocations or subluxations.
  • Stable Fractures: Fractures in the elbow that are in proper alignment and do not require surgical intervention.
  • Humeral Diaphyseal Fractures: Breaks in the shaft of the humerus bone, which may require surgical repair for proper healing.

Specific Conditions Requiring Stabilization

  • Epicondylitis: Inflammation of the epicondyle, a bony prominence of the elbow, causing pain and tenderness.
  • Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: Compression or irritation of the ulnar nerve at the elbow, leading to pain, numbness, and muscle weakness.
  • Soft Tissue Contracture: Permanent tightening of muscles, tendons, or skin that restricts normal movement at the elbow joint.
  • Elbow Arthroscopy: A minimally invasive surgical procedure used to diagnose and treat problems inside the elbow joint.

Comprehensive Condition Sets by Product:

  • 650-HNES: Sprains, chronic edema, medial/lateral epicondylitis, tendonitis, bursitis, post-operative elbow conditions
  • 48ES: Epicondylitis, cubital tunnel syndrome, bursitis, tendonitis, other conditions requiring stabilization of the elbow
  • 715-NSS: Subluxation after stroke, post-operative stabilization, shoulder pain
  • 18ECO: Joint stiffness and contractures, instability, strain, sprains, ligament repairs
  • 85ROM: Elbow arthroscopy, ligament repair, medial/lateral epicondylitis, stable fractures, sprains, strains, soft tissue contracture
  • AE Elbow: Tendonitis, tennis elbow, joint inflammation, golfer’s elbow, elbow injury
  • 88UAB: Elbow surgery, tendon or muscle repair, strains, sprains
  • 38ECO: Post-surgical ROM limitation, joint stiffness, contracture
  • 54HFB: Humeral diaphyseal fractures