Accessory flexor carpi ulnaris muscle with associated anterior interosseous artery variation: case report with the definition of a new type and review of concomitant variants

@article{Kunc2019AccessoryFC,
  title={Accessory flexor carpi ulnaris muscle with associated anterior interosseous artery variation: case report with the definition of a new type and review of concomitant variants},
  author={Vojtěch Kunc and Michal {\vS}tulpa and G. Feigl and D. Kachlik},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-4}
}
  • Vojtěch Kunc, Michal Štulpa, +1 author D. Kachlik
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy
  • PurposeKnowledge of accessory flexor carpi ulnaris (AFCU) is not only important for proper orientation in the surgical field but it can be used for tendon transfer as well. AFCU commonly occurs with concomitant variants, and its presence should rise caution in order to prevent iatrogenic injury.MethodsDuring a routine dissection for research data collection at the Institute of Anatomy, a AFCU with concomitant variants was observed in a European cadaver fixed with Thiel’s method. A thorough… CONTINUE READING
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