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Elbow Arthroscopy: Essential Principles of Positioning, Anatomy, and Portal Placement.

Elbow arthroscopy is an important surgical technique for the treatment of various elbow pathologies. Range of indications for elbow arthroscopy include, but are not limited to, diagnostic evaluation, removal of loose bodies, synovectomy, contracture releases, lateral epicondylitis treatment, and adjunct use for fracture reduction. Surgeons' understanding of anatomy and portal placement is critical for successful treatment. This article reviews the relevant surgical anatomy, portal placement, patient positioning, surgical indications, and complications for this technique.

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