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This retrospective study confirms the benefit of arthroscopic removal of loose bodies from the elbow, and documents the accuracy of history and plain radiographs. In contrast to previous reports, patients with a diagnosis of osteoarthritis had a similar outcome to those with an alternative diagnosis.


Journal article


Ann r coll surg engl

Publication Date





34 - 36


Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Arthroscopy, Elbow Joint, Female, Humans, Joint Loose Bodies, Male, Middle Aged, Osteoarthritis, Radiography, Retrospective Studies