What's the Skin on the inside of the Elbow Called?

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There is no medical term for the skin on the inside of the elbow. Instead, the skin on the inside of the elbow is known as the 'inner elbow.' When referring to the space where blood is most typically drawn from, the medical terminology is 'antecubital space.' The slang for the skin on the inside of the elbow is the 'wagina.' It should be noted, however, that this is purely slang, and it is neither of note, nor official in the medical sense or in a standard English (dictionary).
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A lump on the elbow can be anything. Usually a lump shows
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The wagina.
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The most likely injury would be olecranon bursitis or a fractured olecranon, so I would suggest you get it X-rayed if you haven't already. Failing that, I would see a physio/sports
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Your elbow does not have muscles. If there is a lump there then you might consider seeing a doctor. And NO, masturbation does not give you muscles on your elbows. Cheese to you.
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