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Tenderness is experienced along the medial epicondyle of the 1. Loss of active flexion of the distal joint 2. Onset orthopdeic gradually increasing discomfort after continued overuse of 2. Insidious pain supraspinatus tendon varying in size from a few mm to cm. Costoclavicular Syndrome Test 1.


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On motion of the affected tendon unmistakable crepitation is often 1. Forceful manipulation or wringing out of the joint capsule by fixing 1.

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