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    Dr. A. Liberson 13 2009, 01:19
    Dear Alexey,
    First, we should establish a diagnosis: if it's a neuralgia, then you treat it with Lyrica or with other modalities of neuralgia treatment (physiotherapy TENS, Tricyclic, magnets etc.) In case it's an enthesopathy, you might operate on it. I would strongly suggest evaluation prior to treatment. Is there a nerve involvement and which nerve? Some of them are operable. If the problem is enthesopathy, I would refresh the condole and reattach the extensor mechanism.
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    Radial tunnel syndrome, also called resistant tennis elbow, is an entrapment or compression of a nerve within the forearm. The symptoms of radial tunnel syndrome are very similar to the symptoms of tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis). There are very few helpful tests for radial tunnel syndrome, which can make it hard to diagnose.
    The pain gets worse when you bend your wrist backward, turn your palm upward, or hold something with a stiff wrist or straightened elbow.In radial tunnel syndrome, the pain is centered about two inches further down the arm, over the spot where the radial nerve goes under the supinator muscle.

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    Radial tunnel syndrome, also called resistant tennis elbow, is an entrapment or compression of a nerve within the forearm. The symptoms of radial tunnel syndrome are very similar to the symptoms of tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis). There are very few helpful tests for radial tunnel syndrome, which can make it hard to diagnose.
    The pain gets worse when you bend your wrist backward, turn your palm upward, or hold something with a stiff wrist or straightened elbow.In radial tunnel syndrome, the pain is centered about two inches further down the arm, over the spot where the radial nerve goes under the supinator muscle.

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