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Journal of the Korean Society for Surgery of the Hand 2002;7(1):116-119.
Published online January 1, 2002.
Anterior Interosseous Nerve Syndrome by Arteriovenous Malformation of Forearm – A Case Report –
Young Ho Kwon, Jong Seo Cha
전완부에 발생한 동정맥기형에 의한 전골간신경증후군 - 증례 보고 -
권영호, 차종서
The anterior interosseous nerve syndrome, the rare disease occuring less than 1% of compression neuropathy at upper limb, is generally known to be caused by fibrous band of pronator teres and accessory bicipital aponeurosis. Finding on clinical examination include weakness or paralysis of flexor pollicis longus, flexor digitorum profundus (2nd or 3rd finger), and pronator teres. There no sensory deficits with anterior interosseous nerve syndrome, which is different from carpal tunnel and pronator teres syndrome. Anterior interosseous nerve syndrome due to Arteriovenous malformation, is not yet reported, so we will be discussed with references.

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