Monday, January 11, 2016

A CASE OF TENNIS ELBOW & GANGLION

A CASE OF TENNIS ELBOW & GANGLION

PATIENT NAME- BSR
AGE-42 YRS M
VISITED ON 04-07-11
C/O Left tennis elbow- severe pain, took  injections 5 times, worse straightening arm, can't lift anything.
skin-allergic skin patches on back, raised diffuse larges patches with few eruptions
Ganglion right wrist-5-6 months-advised operation

picture dt. 04-07-2011


TREATMENT STARTED ON
 4-07-11
30-7-2011-SLIGHT INCREASE IN ITCHING IN ERUPTIONS
GANGLION LOOKS LESSER
NOT MUCH RELIEF IN TENNIS ELBOW PAIN AND TENDERNESS

23-08-11
20% BETTER IN TENNIS ELBOW PAIN-MORNING PAIN IS MUCH BETTER, THOUGH STILL TENDER TO TOUCH.  FEELS SWELLING HAS REDUCED.
GANGLION IS BETTER.

15-09-11
GANGLION IS GONE-NEW PIC.
TENNIS ELBOW-MUCH BETTER 40%, CAN CARRY WEIGHT NOW-20%
SKIN ON BACK IS ALSO BETTER NOW


                     Picture dt. 15-09-2011


 TREATMENT BEING CONTINUED

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