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Medial Epicondylitis Tests

There are two maneuvers used to evaluate for medial epicondylitis. The first is to have the patient extend their elbow, pronate their forearm, and passively extend the wrist. The second is to ask the patient to hold their wrist in flexion against your resistance. A positive test reproduces pain at the medial epicondyle during these tests.

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