Distal biceps brachii repair. Results in dominant and nondominant extremities.

@article{Leighton1995DistalBB,
  title={Distal biceps brachii repair. Results in dominant and nondominant extremities.},
  author={Margaret M. Leighton and Charles Anthony Bush-Joseph and Bernard Raymond Bach},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={1995},
  volume={317},
  pages={114-21}
}
Nine patients with distal biceps tendon ruptures that had been repaired anatomically with a double-incision technique were evaluated. All patients were men, whose average age was 46 years old (range, 31-66 years). Three patients injured their dominant extremity and 6 their nondominant extremity. This represents the largest series of operatively treated nondominant biceps ruptures with quantitative followup in the literature. All patients responded to a questionnaire, and had clinical… CONTINUE READING