Shopper's Arm

(redirected from Farmer's Tendinitis)
A condition of acute onset caused by prolonged carrying of one or more heavy bags with purchases, where the elbow is flexed at 90º or less—i.e., towards full extension; the pain is anterolateral, attributed to stress on the suppinator muscles, accompanied by regional tendinitis; if not relieved, the pain extends to the wrist
Management RICE—Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
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