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I had a medial elbow mass resection (a lipoma) 3 weeks ago. Incision is beginning to heal but I feel a hardness under the skin. Normal? Scar Tissue?
Small mobile tender mass when leaning on elbow. Is it a cyst causes my elbow pain and how do I fix it?
Olecranon bursitis: The olcranon process is the back of the hunge joint at the elbow. A bursa is a sac that sits over the outside of a joint to cushion the soft tissues from injury. The olecranon bursa can become inflamed, usually from trauma, like leaning a lot on your elbows. An inflamed bursa is called a bursitis. It is often treated with anti-inflammatoies, ace wraps, aspiration of fluid, or a cortisone injection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ive had my 4th elbow surgery about 2 1/2 weeks ago all of a sudden ive noticed a 3 in long hard mass/lump my dr is 6hrs away what should i do?
Call the the surgeon: Your doctor has to know , first call your doctor , if needed you may have to go and see ...Read more
Nickel size mass on ulna bone about 1.5 inches from elbow. Hard, painless, and doesn't move. Had over a year. What should I do? What is it?
Xray: Could be periosteal reaction. Get an Xray to start with. ...Read more
7 yrs bilateral ulnar pain at wrist/elbow. 3mm bulge@C4.NegativeEMG/NCV. Edema at ulna,fat atrophy at opponen digiti minimi.No mass.Shoulder/neck pain?
Elbow pain: Tendinitis or tendinosis of the medial or inner aspect of the elbow. This is the location where the muscles which flex your wrist and fingers originate. Symptoms would include pain and weakness in that location. It is similar to tennis elbow, which occurs on the outer aspect or lateral aspect of the elbow. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Medial epicondylitis: Golfers elbow (medial epicondylitis) is a form of a family of disorders called "Insertional Tendinopathies." Essentially the attachment of the flexor-pronator muscle mass of the forearm gets a tear, which is usually microscopic, and results from a strenuous event. Golf can cause it but most cases I see are from other activities. Treatment is directed at decreasing inflammation/promote healin ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Broken elbow?: Treatment if broken (fractured) elbows depends on the bones injured and the type of injury. Some injuries may be treated without surgery. Other injuries will require opening the elbow, lining up the broken fragments, and fixing then with metal hardware. In some cases a portion if the elbow may need to be replaced with artificial part. ...Read more