Heterotopic Ossification After Lateral Epicondylectomy


ABSTRACT: Lateral epicondylitis is a common affliction that can be treated nonsurgically. However, surgical treatment is rarely indicated, and results are usually effective in more than 90% of patients. Although complications have been described, ours is the first report of heterotopic ossification after an uncomplicated lateral epicondylectomy.

SKU: JSOA-2001-10-1-SU10 Categories: ,

Mike Cushing, MD, Gary M. Lourie, MD, Drew V. Miller, MD, Jeffrey A. Hohn, BME