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Pronator-teres-branch Transfer to Treat C8T1-avulsion


This video demonstrates finger flexion and extension functions of the patient who had C8T1 avulsion, 14 months after innervation of the anterior interosseous nerve with a pronator teres branch and the posterior interosseous nerve with a supinator branch.

This video has been taken from Pronator Teres Branch Transfer to the Anterior Interosseous Nerve for Treating C8T1 Brachial Plexus Avulsion: An Anatomical Study and Case Report, an article appearing in a future issue of Neurosurgery. It was submitted by corresponding author Jianyun Yang, MD, from the Department of Hand Surgery at Huashan Hospital in Shanghai, China.

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