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Figure 4: Final range of motion of a case suffering from posterior interosseus nerve palsy. The patient was treated by acute over-corrective ulnar osteotomy and lengthening. Three months later the patient underwent tendon transfer. (a and b) supination, pronation range, (c)fingers and thumb extension after tendon transfer

Figure 4: Final range of motion of a case suffering from posterior interosseus nerve palsy. The patient was treated by acute over-corrective ulnar osteotomy and lengthening. Three months later the patient underwent tendon transfer. (a and b) supination, pronation range, (c)fingers and thumb extension after tendon transfer