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QUESTION 1 OF 2

A 32-year-old male undergoes a distal biceps tendon repair.
The most likely neurological deficit with this procedure is:

QUESTION ID: 1067

1. A. Altered sensation in the first web space
2. B. Inability to extend the thumb but wrist extension with radial deviation present
3. C. Altered sensation lateral forearm
4. D. Altered sensation lateral forearm and weak supination
5. E. Inability to flex the thumb IPJ and index/middle fingers DIPJ

QUESTION 2 OF 2

A 36-year-old body builder sustains a distal biceps tendon rupture and is offered surgical repair.
The more common complication encountered with a 2-incision technique as compared to a 1-incision is:

QUESTION ID: 1069

1. A. Lateral antebrachial nerve injury
2. B. Musculocutaneous nerve injury
3. C. PIN injury
4. D. Radial nerve injury
5. E. Synostosis