Tennis elbow / Lateral epicondylitis – Anatomical artwork
See through view of the forearm anatomy displays degenerative changes (Enthesopathy) in the extensor tendon attaching the forearm extensor muscles. This medical illustration is suitable for educational print and online publications detailing Tennis Elbow.
Tennis elbow is a condition in which the outer part of the elbow becomes sore and tender. It is most prevalent in middle age and in men than women, and is mostly related with sudden shocks and forceful extension of the forearm.
The main illustration depicts weight bearing action that may cause Tennis elbow, and the inset displays degenerative changes in the tendineous fibres. This medical artwork narrates the pathology in a descriptive manner and can be useful to illustrate Tennis elbow.
Low Res for online use: 1000x1184px, 72 DPI, 545Kb: $AUS 450
High Res for prints:25×29.5cm, 300DPI, 31.1Mb: $AUS 800
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$450.00 – $800.00
Tennis elbow – Medical illustration
The artwork is depicting a woman lifting a heavy object. See through view of her forearm anatomy displays Lateral epicondylitis. This is a set of degenerative changes (Enthesopathy) in the extensor tendon attaching the forearm extensor muscles.