Editor's Picks

This month's picks come from section editor Ida Fox, MD from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

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Supinator Branches to PIN (Lecture)

By Jayme A. Bertelli, MD, PhD By Jayme Bertelli

Transfer of the nerve to supinator to the PIN is useful in lower type injuries of the brachial and in midcervical tetraplegia. Via a distal nerve transfer axons from above lesion are transferred to PIN which motoneurons are located at or distal to the les
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