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Viva 52 

Viva 52
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Viva 52
Author(s):

Nev Davies

, Will Jackson

, Andrew Price

, Jonathan Rees

, and Chris Lavy

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199647095.003.0052
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date: 03 April 2020

Viva 52 shows a 35-year-old left-handed man who sustained this injury whilst arm wrestling. Describe these radiographs and how to go about managing this injury. It is documented by the casualty officer that the patient has dense radial nerve palsy. How would this alter management? His radial nerve palsy has been managed expectantly, but after 4 months there has been no improvement. What should be done now? What are the principles of tendon transfers? Which should be used here?

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