Osteoarthritis of the elbow occurs when the cartilage surface of the elbow is damaged by an injury such as a dislocation or fracture. Osteoarthritis may also be the result of degeneration of the elbow joint cartilage from age, with typical onset occurring in patients 50 years of age or older. Symptoms include pain, loss of range of motion, grating or locking sensation in the elbow, swelling, and numbness in fingers.

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Other Arm and Elbow Conditions

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