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Severe pain in one elbow. Had an accident few years ago and facing the problem since then. But recently the pain has increased. Should I get an X ray done. Also do I need to do any other tests?
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U need to brief more in history does the pain aggrevates on rotation movements if forearm like while locking a lock. Or any other movement which involves forearm rotation... and then uload an xray of elbow joint ...
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First you need to consult an expert in Elbow conditions & then you can decide about investigation. Wish getting X rays & Pet scan & doing operation on self was cake walk but you need a medical prescription for all, as per Indian law. Best wishes
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Yes get ur x ray done
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Pain at rest or during activity? If during activity then what activities increase the pain? Any swelling or deformity? Where exactly is the pain…front or back? Inner or outer side of the elbow Please send Xray film soft copy
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Xray elbow AP/Lateral
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X-ray and mri of the elbow
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Do not lift anything with your left upper limb
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