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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 1993;17(2):269-273.
Non-traumatic paralysis of posterior interosseous nerve which developed spontaneously: 2cases.
Choi, Tae Ick , Park, Hye Ran , Chon, Joong Son , Lee, Sook Ja
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine , College of Medicine Hallym University
자발적으로 생긴 후골간 신경손상-2례 보고-
최태익, 박혜란, 전중선, 이숙자
한림대학교의과대학 재화의학교실

Posterior interosseous nerve is a deep muscular branch of radial nerve, and non-traumatic paralysis of this nerve is relatively rare cases. Posterior interosseous nerve may be compressed by fibrous bands in front of the radial head, radial recurrent fan of vessels, arcade of Frohse, and sharp tendinous margin of the extensor carpi radialis brevis muscle.

We report two cases of non-traumatic paralysis of the posterior interosseous nerve which developed spontaneously.

Key Words: Posterior interosseous nerve, Deep muscular branch of radial nerve, Non-traumatic paralysis


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