Distal Biceps Repair
Distal biceps rupture, often a result of sudden extension of a flexed elbow, may result in pain and swelling for the patient along with weakened elbow flexion and forearm supination. Both single and two-incision distal biceps repair techniques have been shown to be effective at restoring elbow strength1,2, commonly performed using an interference device, suture anchor, or button.
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