Posterior Impingement Syndrome

Elbow Posterior Impingement Syndrome can be classified into two types of impingement:

1. Posteromedial Impingement Syndrome: This is an arthritic impingement between the posteromedial (back and insider) joint surfaces of the olecranon and trochlea (bony landmarks on the humerus). Mostly present in professional javelin and hammer throwers.

2. Posterolateral Impingement Syndrome: This is an arthritic impingement between the posterolateral (back and outside) joint surfaces of the olecranon and trochlea (bony landmarks on the humerus). Mostly present in boxers or fencers.

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