Research question: Does physical load at work lead to epicondylitis?

According to the methodology of the PEROSH Clearinghouse of Systematic Reviews

Number Reference Study grading* Link or PubMed ID
1. Palmer KT, Harris EC, Coggon, D. Compensating occupationally related tenosynovitis and epicondylitis: a literature review. Occup Med (Lond). 2007 Jan; 57(1):67-74.
2. Waersted M, Hanvold TN, Veiersted KB. Computer work and musculoskeletal disorders of the neck and upper extremity: a systematic review. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2010 Apr 29; 11:79.

* Study grading (according to the adopted SIGN Checklist for PEROSH Clearinghouse of Systematic Reviews):
++ All or most of the criteria have been fulfilled. Where they have not been fulfilled the conclusions of the study or review are thought very unlikely to alter.
+ Some of the criteria have been fulfilled. Those criteria that have not been fulfilled or not adequately described are thought unlikely to alter the conclusions.
– Few or no criteria fulfilled. The conclusions of the study are thought likely or very likely to alter.
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