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  • Triceps tendonitisTriceps tendonitis refers to inflammation of the triceps tendon. Triceps tendonitis can produce pain, weakness, and swelling at the back of the elbow. Athletes who partake in sports that involve throwing or weightlifting are susceptible to this condition due to the stress they place on their elbow.

    Triceps tendonitis is caused by repetitive overuse of the tendon joining the triceps muscle to the elbow. The condition is common among athletes who play sports like tennis and baseball, which involve repetitive arm movements like swinging or throwing forcefully, and sports that involve repetitive lifting, such as weightlifting.

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