2 Potential Recent Elbow Injury Causes
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Cellulitis is an infection of the skin and tissues underneath it. It is most commonly caused by Group A strep and typically enters the body through a break in the skin.
Dependent on severity of infection
- Top Symptoms:
- fever, elbow pain, elbow redness, recent elbow injury, painful elbow swelling
- Symptoms that always occur with cellulitis:
- elbow redness, area of skin redness
- Primary care doctor
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A bruise is the damage of the blood vessels that return blood to the heart (the capillaries and veins), which causes pooling of the blood. This explains the blue/purple color of most bruises. Bruises of the elbow are common, often due to minor injury.
Bruises tend to begin healing within one week.
- Top Symptoms:
- constant elbow pain, pain in one elbow, recent elbow injury, elbow pain from an injury, swollen elbow
- Symptoms that always occur with elbow bruise:
- recent elbow injury, elbow pain from an injury, constant elbow pain
Questions Your Doctor May Ask About Recent Elbow Injury
- Q.Any fever today or during the last week?
- Q.Is the pain affecting:
- Q.Have you ever been diagnosed with diabetes?
- Q.Have you been diagnosed with cellulitis (skin infection)?
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Recent Elbow Injury Symptom Checker Statistics
People who have experienced recent elbow injury have also experienced:
- 21% Elbow Pain
- 14% Pain in One Elbow
- 14% Forearm Injury
People who have experienced recent elbow injury were most often matched with:
- 27% Elbow Bruise
- 18% Cellulitis
Source: Aggregated and anonymized results from visits to the Buoy AI health assistant (check it out by clicking on “Take Quiz”).