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A 35-year-old female office worker reports 6 months of deep aching pain that is worse at night on her lateral dominant elbow. The pain also worsens with repetitive movements. On physical exam, the patient has tenderness located 4cm distal to the lateral epicondyle over the mobile wad, and she has subtle weakness of the wrist extensors. Extending her long finger against resistance with a flexed wrist is very painful for her. She also complains of her pain worsening at night. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Radial tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome
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