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  1. Hand possible pain up to elbow

    Hello, I have a patient who travels extensively & uses the affected right side to carry his bags. He initially complained of pain on the lateral posterior side of his elbow that was beginning to radiate towards his biceps. I noticed bunching of muscles on the palm of his hand. He went to his doctor who had no answer for him regarding it other than an offer to surgically remove it. It appears flexor digitorum superficialis tendon is pulling the Adductor pollicis muscle. I have been treating for ulnar nerve neuralgia. He was negative for anterior scalene & pectoralis minor syndrome. I wanted to check if I'm on the correct path to his recovery. Included are some images of his hand.
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