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Figure 11: Upper figure showed the common extensor tendon origin (arrows) with tendinosis (*), which is evident with mixture of hypoechoic and hyperechoic signal. Lower figure showed the needle inserted into the common extensor tendon repeatedly in different parts of common extensor tendon. R: Radial head, C: Capitellum, LE: Lateral epicondyle. Reproduced with permission from Philip Peng Educational Series

Figure 11: Upper figure showed the common extensor tendon origin (arrows) with tendinosis (*), which is evident with mixture of hypoechoic and hyperechoic signal. Lower figure showed the needle inserted into the common extensor tendon repeatedly in different parts of common extensor tendon. R: Radial head, C: Capitellum, LE: Lateral epicondyle. Reproduced with permission from Philip Peng Educational Series