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References for Tennis Elbow Information

Baker, et al., Journal of Shoulder & Elbow Surgery, 2000. 

Baumgard, S.H., Schwartz, D.R. "Percutaneous release of the epicondylar muscles for humeral epicondylitis."  Am. J. Sports Med., 1982; 10:233-236.

Dunkow, P.D. et al. "Functional outcome was better after percutaneous surgery than after open formal release for tennis elbow."  JBJS British, July 2004; 86:701-704. 

Grundberg, A.B., Dobson, Jeanine F. "Percutaneous release of the common extensor origin for tennis elbow."  Clinical Orthopaedics-Related Research, July 2000; 376:137-140.

Kaplan, E.B. "Treatment of tennis elbow (epicondylitis) by denervation."  JBJS; Jan. 1959;41A:1. 

King, et al., Journal of Hand Surgery, 2009.

Nirschel, R. P. and Kraushaar, B. S. “Tendinosis of the Elbow (Tennis Elbow)” JBJS; Feb 1999; 81-A, No. 2; 259-277.

Owens, et al., Arthroscopy, 2000.

Wilhelm, A. "Tennis elbow:  treatment of resistant cases by denervation."  Journal of Hand Surgery British, 1996; 21B:4:523-533.

Yerger, B., Turner, T. "Percutaneous extensor tenotomy for chronic tennis elbow:  an office procedure."  Orthopaedics, Oct. 1985; 8:10:1261-1263.

Yoon, et al., Arthroscopy, July 2015, Volume 31. 

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